National Corvette Museum
National Corvette Museum
4.5
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
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, Corvette Cave-In / Sinkhole Experience and numerous trivia kiosks, then try a Corvette on for size in the lobby. The Corvette Store offers apparel, collectibles, home and gift items. On-site 50's-inspired Corvette Cafe serves breakfast, lunch and snacks.
Duration: 1-2 hours
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dcle7526
Kingston, OH110 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
Museum tour takes roughly an hour, great stop with kids to view some cool cars and stretch your legs. Not overly expensive, and has a nice gift shop and clean restrooms. The Cafe has decent food, and is fairly quick. Would definitely recommend stopping in and checking it out if you are driving up or down 65 through Bowling Green.
Written August 4, 2020
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GoodDesignIndy
Indianapolis, IN34 contributions
Aug 2020
My father is a Corvette fan, but I was never bitten by the bug. However, I jumped at the chance to visit the museum. It was full of fun facts about the design and creation of the original generation. The cars on display were also interesting, but the best examples were the concept cars. There is a fun area that talks about the sinkhole incident, which kids might enjoy. We did not try the restaurant, but the gift shop was pretty substantial.

My favorite part, however, was the delivery area where new Corvettes were lined up waiting for their new owners to arrive. They even had little menu boards next to each car that announced the name of the new owners. It was a very nice production and I felt a little jealous -- these were the new mid-engine models and they were automotive rockstars.
Written September 4, 2020
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bayersclaw
Jupiter, FL14 contributions
Aug 2019
My son and I traveled in our first caravan from Florida to the museum’s 25th anniversary August 2019. Had a great visit, seeing the cars, exhibits, and patrons. People were really friendly, and even though crowded, it was awesome. Wanted to revisit the next day, but a CAT 5 was heading towards our home, so we had to cut visit short.
WE SHALL RETURN
Written January 2, 2020
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theandrewsnation
Burns, TN207 contributions
Jul 2020 • Family
It’s nice to go to a museum post covid and see no big difference. The displays themselves are fantastic. The C8 vette is unreal. Great history and progression of the car complete with a short video in the theatre. The sinkhole display is sweet with all 8 cars on their own display. Gift shop was nice and the price of admission is well worth it.
Written July 2, 2020
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Kswany
Woodbury, MN450 contributions
Aug 2021
The national Corvette Museum is located right off of the Interstate and offers a look at the classic American Sports Car. The museum offers visitors glances back in time with exhibits demonstrating the timeline of the corvette all the way up to todays C8 Corvette. There is also a section about the sinkhole event that occurred several years back damaging the classic cars.
Written August 9, 2021
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Maddox1000
305 contributions
Oct 2020 • Family
My nephew is crazy for sports cars so I thought he would enjoy the museum and he did. Surprisingly I did also. My six year old niece enjoyed it too. The sinkhole exhibit was a big hit and the virtual car ride was their favorite part.
Written October 10, 2020
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Pinkukfan
Franklin, TN41 contributions
Jul 2022
They offer guided tours twice a day and it is worth it. Just be sure you get there in enough time before or after the tour to watch the 15 minute video which is not part of the guided tour. The employees there weren't very helpful and we had to figure this out on our own. I wish they would have been more informative so we could have watched the full video before beginning the tour. The interactive simulated drive was enjoyable for my 14 year old. Paulette was a great tour guide. She added a lot of local flavor you would have missed by doing the self-guided tour.
Written July 10, 2022
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Jeffrey M
Grafton, WI40 contributions
Aug 2020
The NCM is the gathering place for all things Corvette. They hold clinics and forums for members, and have GM engineers do presentations for the Corvette faithful. Tremendous collection of one of a kind historical cars, Displays of many artifacts from the early days of Corvette production. A great gift shop and restaurant, and a entrance and surrounding sidewalks full of memorial bricks from individuals and Corvette Clubs from around the country. One is able to take delivery of their new Corvette at the Museum with the help of volunteers and employees of Campbell Chevrolet in Bowling Green. This is a must see destination.
Written February 25, 2021
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Kim J
Vienna, IL61 contributions
Jul 2021
This was a good place to visit and take in all the history of Corvettes. My dad previously owned a 1989 Corvette so it was fun to see how much they have changed over the years. Of course the partial collapse of the building due to the sinkhole was interesting, seeing how far the cars fell and the resulting condition of the cars.
Written July 15, 2021
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David N
Dothan, AL79 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
We stopped on our way to Louisville, easy to access from the interstate. My 16yo is far more of a car enthusiast than the rest of us but all enjoyed it. Masks required and social distancing measures being used, digital self guided tour maps (via smart device) available, hand sanitizer staged throughout. We only spent about an hour walking through prior to the gift shop.
Written August 15, 2020
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