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See over 70 Corvettes in periodic settings including a mid-century barbershop, service station and historic race track. Exhibit Hall features special displays that change regularly. For hands-on activities visit the KidZone, Pit Crew Challenge and...more
Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
350 Corvette Dr, Exit 28 off I 65, Bowling Green, KY 42101-9134
All reviews sink hole on display corvette museum beautiful cars car lovers new owners love cars gift shop american sports car across the street car guy few years factory tour assembly plant self guided tour great place to visit great stop
Got there just in time for a guided tour which I highly recommend! It was nice to have each car explained without having to read all the information. Loved the exhibit about the sink hole and so glad they have the unrestored cars there that...More
The National Corvette Museum was absolutely amazing! I had no idea what to expect, but the visit far exceeded my expectations. I would highly recommend it for anyone. Allow time in the gift shop - it's awesome!
Intresting history from the beginning to now. The displays are from the time. We learned a lot of information we did not know. Love the picture they do for in different corvettes. We really enjoyed this museum!
If you are ever near Bowling Green, Kentucky, don't miss out visiting The National Corvette Museum. Honoring "America's Sports Car" since 1953, this museum is filled with beautiful Corvettes, fun facts, a section devoted to the infamous sinkhole, a cute Corvette Café and a huge...More
The Corvette Museum is far from some old boring museum. Our 6-yr-old grandson thought he was in heaven! There's even a place for kids to play at making car repairs! The cafe was affordable delicious and another trip back in time for the adults. Cars,...More
It seems to rain a lot in Kentucky (at least it has the last two times we've visited), so this makes for a great thing to do on a rainy day. There are many different year/model corvettes to gawk over, they have neat displays, and...More
A great piece of nostalgia is located behind these walls.The people involved in building and racing and presenting all of the different models is amazing.I was there right after the sink hole took place and was then repaired
I would say a couple of hours atleast to see all the cars and read their history and see where the reconstruction took place after the sink hole/ cave .... they have a gift shop and a place to eat also
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Public transportation in Kentucky is lacking unfortunately. I would recommend renting a car to give you flexibility with your travels. I also recommend using WAZE for directions as it is good to reroute you in case of... More
Public transportation in Kentucky is lacking unfortunately. I would recommend renting a car to give you flexibility with your travels. I also recommend using WAZE for directions as it is good to reroute you in case of interstate accidents. The museum is open 8am-5pm CT with guided tours at 10am, 12pm and 2pm on weekdays. Monday-Saturday we offer rides in vintage Corvettes for $20. We also have a Corvette Racing simulator for $10 a session. At the NCM Motorsports Park you can get a hot lap ride in a Corvette, drive your own car on track, drive our Corvettes on track (passenger welcome), plus high speed go karts. We recommend making advanced reservations for everything at the track except karting. Mammoth Cave National Park is just up the road and an awesome place to visit. In Bowling Green we have Lost River Cave which offers boat tours in a cave, ziplines, sluice mine, gift shop, walking trails, butterfly habitat and more.
Ideas-Things to See and Do? - In/out Nashville 3/28-31 (4 Replies)
Hi all, my boyfriend and I will be in Nashville for a long weekend. We do have a couple of things already planned, but want to ensure we can round out the trip. We enjoy driving and sight-seeing (will have a car), stopping at obscure places for a beer or cold drink and nightlife (bars with and without music entertainment). Here is what we have so far - Friday morning - poke around Nashville thinking a nice horse farm tour no other plans??? help :) Friday night - Nashville bars...More
March 19, 2014|
If you love drives and getting out of the city is your priority, you really cannot beat a drive down the Natchez Trace. The entire route is managed by National Park Service and has been thoroughly preserved as such - no other road in America can boast that. The drive would require a considerable part of your day, however, unless you jump on and off it quickly. You could also take a drive down to Franklin via Franklin Rd. and visit some of their amazing historic sites and very beautiful...More
roadtrip to Chicago, which time is better? detail plan (25 Replies)
I am planing a roadtrip to Chicago from Alabama . The route will be like this Montgomery, AL -- Memphis, TN--St. Lious--Springfield, IL- Chicago--Indianapolis--Nashville- Montgomery. My parents and my two kids ( 6 and 9) will go together with me. My kids have no school from the last week of May to the middle of August. I know summer will be very busy for Chicago. So I checked the hotels in downtown Chicago. I can only find cheap downtown Chicago hotel at May 27-May 30 and June 30-July 3....More
April 15, 2013|
I would choose late May because the weather will likely be scorching in many of your locations (Memphis, St. Louis) in early July. Please keep in mind that May 27 is Memorial Day and you should check that the attractions you would like to see will be open that day.