The National Corvette Museum offer various temporary exhibits throughout the year. Below is some information on upcoming displays. If you are interested in displaying a vehicle which fits one of these exhibits, please visit our section on Displaying Your Car.
Exhibit Hall Displays
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
October 21, 2016 – January 6, 2017
Featuring General Motors models of vehicles which were produced for a limited time, and are no longer manufactured.
January 13, 2017 – May 5, 2017
A celebration of 40 years of Callaway Cars, an engine design company that is known for its modification of Chevrolet cars, the Corvette sport cars in particular, especially their twin-turbo kit that became a dealer option and their record breaking Corvette Sledgehammer car.
May 12, 2017 – September 8, 2017
Greenwood Corvettes is an American automotive performance tuning and racing company specializing in Corvette sportscars and race cars founded by automotive enthusiasts and professional race car drivers, American brothers Burt and John Greenwood. This exhibit will feature examples of their work.
September 15, 2017 – January 5, 2018
Featuring a number of military vehicles.
If you have a vehicle which fits the theme of an upcoming exhibit, please apply for display online here.
Corvette Cave-In: The Skydome Sinkhole Experience
A semi-permanent exhibit to tell the story of our February 12, 2014 sinkhole in the Museum’s Skydome which swallowed eight Corvettes. Learn more here.
Anniversary and Special Edition Corvettes
Visit our Skydome to see our display of Chevrolet’s Anniversary Corvettes and various Special Edition Corvettes. Exhibited includes: 1978 Silver/25th Anniversary Corvette; 1993 40th Anniversary Corvette; 2003 50th Anniversary Corvette; 2013 60th Anniversary Corvette; 2012 Chevrolet Centennial Edition.
The Museum offers a complimentary audio tour that can be downloaded (or streamed) to any mobile device or MP3 player. Click the button below to access the full audio tour, or go to our Audio Tour page to access each stop in the Museum.