Make a pit stop at The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky to see over 80 of the classic, American cars spread across 100,000 square feet of Corvette history. Enthusiasts will find rare cars, concept cars, classic models, and prototypes organized by time period, as well as historic photographs, dioramas, advertisements, and memorabilia. There’s also the Corvette assembly plant just across the road, where one can admire the newest cars to enter the fleet.
Check out the museum's interactive displays and have a bite at the Corvette Cafe, before heading over to Motorsports Park racing track. Spectators are welcome, but don't miss your chance to pop in a car for a lap around the track with an experienced driver.
The National Corvette museum is located in Bowling Green, Kentucky. To get there, take I-65 to exit 28. The museum is open seven days a week from 8am–5pm, but you’ll want to allocate extra time if you plan to visit the plant (advance reservations required). The museum also raffles off Corvettes—get a ticket for your chance to win (and get a VIP tour) for $10. Admission to the museum is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $5 for youth.
Did you know? Corvettes have been made here since 1981, when the factory was moved from St. Louis.