Corvette Clubs who choose to visit the Museum for a special “Club Weekend” can experience the Museum in a totally unique way. Our team can assist with customizing your trip to suit your club’s interest and schedule. Your club is welcome to visit anytime during the year, but we do recommend planning your visit when there is not an event if you would like activities to be club specific. Below you will find a list of activities we can assist or plan for your weekend.
For more information on club visits, contact Stephanie Morrill
at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-800-53-VETTE (83883).
Guided NCM Tour
The NCM can provide your club with a guided tour of the NCM and the “special behind-the-scenes tour”.
All plant tours must be set up through the plant. More info.
NCM Guided Road Tour
Kentucky has many beautiful “Corvette” roads just waiting for clubs to enjoy. We enjoy leading fellow Corvette Enthusiasts on these tours. Maps are also available from the Tourism Desk for clubs that would like to venture out on their own.
Club Brick Unveiling
Purchase a brick for your club and/or club members approximately six weeks before your planned visit, and enjoy a special dedication and unveiling while you are here.
NCM Delivery Programs
Schedule a NCM Delivery of a new Corvette, or the NCM Xperience for an older Corvette in conjunction with your club visit and enjoy your special day with your closest Corvette buddies.
Special Club Visit Badges
New this year, your club can commemorate your visit by having “event” badges created just for your weekend.
Dinners and Lunches
We gladly assist with reservations or recommendations of local restaurants, or plan a dinner at the NCM for a completely unique experience.
Our conference room is available for your club to hold a meeting during your visit.
Some clubs like to contribute to the NCM with their time and talent. We always welcome this assistance.
Below is a list of sample projects that may be included in your clubs work weekend at the NCM:
- Assemble Membership packets
- Assemble car show bags
- Clean windows
- Taking photos of engraved bricks
- Inventory items in Library/Archives
- Fill bags of ice for rental events
If you are looking for even more activities to pack into your trip to Bowling Green, check out a few of our sample itineraries which incorporate several other attractions throughout the region.
Hangar Party & History
This tour includes not only visits to the Corvette Plant and Museum, but also Historic Railpark and Train Museum, Lost River Cave, family-style southern dinner at Federal Grove B&B, Jim Beam American Outpost, Old Talbott Tavern, Kentucky Railway Museum, Southern Belles of Stephen Foster and dinner at Sherwood Inn, Flea Lane, Aviation Heritage Park, Corsair Artisan Distillery, Chaney's Dairy Barn and the annual Hangar Party!
Corvettes, Caves, Dinos and Roos
Stops include the National Corvette Museum, GM Corvette Assembly Plant, Lost River Cave, Vette City Antiques, Dinosaur World and Kentucky Down Under.
Caves, Cakes, Corvettes
Stops include Duncan Hines' former home and office, the Kentucky Museum, Lost River Cave, National Corvette Museum, GM Corvette Assembly Plant, Historic Railpark and Mammoth Cave National Park
Planes, Trains, Automobiles
Stops include the Historic Railpark and Train Museum, GM Corvette Assembly Plant, National Corvette Museum, Aviation Heritage Park, Beech Bend Raceway and Chaney's Dairy Barn.