This place is so fun and so much to see! I'll be back again. I was here before the sinkhole. I love what they did with those cars affected and tied in some geology facts of the local area. Very smart and cool.
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the sink hole and the vettes are on "display". A nice place even if you are not a "vette" person. There is a soda/ hamburger place to sit awhile. The gift shop has plenty to choose from.
It was great seeing the Corvettes through the years. It's interesting to see how most cars have gotten smaller but Corvettes have gotten bigger. Seeing the simulation of the sink hole was very interesting It's a fun place to visit.
love the cars and museum, great place for the cruise in. enjoyed visiting with other corvette lovers
Iam a huge car guy so I had to get the tissues out when I seen the left over pieces of the 5 destroyed corvettes from the cave in. What they did to show the impact of the loss of the pieces of car art...More
Our 2 kids ages 5 and 8 enjoyed the sinkhole exhibit (although some displays didn't work) and, of course, looking at all the beautiful cars. They liked being able to get in the Corvette in the lobby as well. It was a little difficult for...More
I have visited this museum before and thought I would see about the same thing but it has improved vastly. It was always a nice place to visit but since the "sinkhole renovation" it has gotten tremendously better. Enjoyable for non car guys/gals as well....More
The cars were amazing! We ate at the cafe. It was average. The gift shop workers were BOTHERED when we interrupted their conversation to ask where an item was. Then when they pointed us to the item, it was in a glass case! No one...More
Lisa, We are so sorry for your negative experience in our Corvette Store. We can assure you that poor customer service is not the norm, nor is it acceptable. We will be addressing it with our team immediately. Thank you for letting us know. -...More
When in the Bowling Green area, be sure to visit the National Corvette Museum which has over 80 Corvettes on display: all the model years, Indy 500 pace cars, U.S. racing cars, and one-of-a-kind prototypes. The museum made international news on February 12, 2014, when...More
My son became a big fan of Corvettes after we visited the museum. He is now able to spot them pretty easily. The museum did a good job of making exhibits with the sinkhole. My children especially enjoyed getting in the Corvette. I thought the...More