National Corvette Museum
National Corvette Museum

350 Corvette Drive
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
I-65 Exit 28

Open 8am-5pm CT, 7 Days a Week
The last admission tickets are sold at 4:30pm
Closed New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

Admission Prices:
$10 Adults, $8 Seniors, $5 Youth (6-16), Under 6 Free, Active Military Free.
Various discounts and coupons available. Group rates offered for 10 or more people.

Corvette Plant Tour Information:
The Corvette Plant is located just across the street. Click here for more info.

Contact Info:
800-538-3883 or 270-781-7973
For a list of staff with emails and direct phone numbers click here.

Since 1953 the Corvette has been America's Sports Car. The National Corvette Museum was established as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit foundation with a mission of celebrating the invention of the Corvette; preserving its past, present and future; and educating the public about Corvette.

Corvette enthusiasts from all over the world kindly and lovingly refer to the NCM as their home ... Their Mecca.

We welcome you to our Corvette world on the Internet. Our website will give you some feeling of visiting the Museum, but just as exhibits and displays change within the Museum, you will continuously see enhancements to our website. We will strive to become the resource center that Corvette enthusiasts world-wide want and deserve. We invite you to visit and revisit our website often.

We especially invite you to visit us in person (in Bowling Green, KY) and experience first hand the passion and the excitement of America's Sports Car, the Chevrolet Corvette. The GM Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant, the only place in the world where Corvettes are made, is located across the street from the National Corvette Museum at I-65, exit 28.

Again, welcome to the National Corvette Museum website and thanks for the visit.

Wendell K. Strode
Executive Director


The mission of the National Corvette Museum is the celebration of the Corvette's invention, and the preservation of the legendary automobile's past, present, and future. The Museum will serve as an educational and research model for all to enjoy.

The Museum is to:

  • Promote the restoration, preservation, and conservation of America's sports car.
  • Be a repository of and preserved printed technical materials and historical information on the Corvette automobile.
  • Enhance the knowledge of the general public regarding the design, development, construction, and history of the Corvette automobile.
  • Provide information to the general public, collectors, and automobile historians about the Corvette automobile.
  • Provide a facility to house and display the Corvette automobile for public exhibition and research in the areas of the automotive sciences and automobile mechanics.
  • Provide historical literature and memorabilia on the Corvette automobile from its development to the present day for the general public and collectors.