If you love corvettes this is your kind of place! Tour the old and un-produced cars, see the area that was the sight of the famous sink hole. Including a manhole sized, lit area that shows the depth of the hole.
About National Corvette Museum
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The cars are beautiful and an absolute tribute to the craftsman that designed, built, and maintained these vehicles. i especially appreciated taking a ride in the 1966 Corvette. An absolute joy to sit in and ride this car. Every employee at this museum as a...More
If you love Corvett cars you will love this museum. The cost is very inexpensive for tickets. It is a self guided tour so you can spend a couple hours or the day. Very informative and had a lot of classic and new corvettes on...More
Great collection of Corvettes from early ones to present. Now you can see the ones that got caught when the sink hole took several of their Corvettes down the hole. Lots of history about the Corvette manufacturing. A lot of memorabilia in their store.
This is my husband's idea of Heaven! Loved seeing all the different cars, and they were presented in cute settings. Loved learning about the sinkhole (Though seeing the smashed cars made us all a little sick to our stomachs, what a huge loss of history),...More
What could be wrong with a museum that shows Corvettes? The museum has a Corvette for ever year that they have been made. Plus Track pace cars, racing Corvettes and lots of information about the making and history of Corvette. I went on a rainy...More
We stopped here while in Bowling Green. It was fun to see the corvettes through the years and how they had changed. The display about the sinkhole was very informative and brought a piece of history to life. I remember seeing it on the news...More
If you are looking for a quick fun trip this is it. Just up the road from Nashville is the National Corvette Museum. A Corvette is as American as it gets and this is the shrine for those that love the car even if they...More