This section is for tour companies and motorcoach operators working with adult groups. If you are working with a school, youth group or scout troop please see information on our Teacher page.
The National Corvette Museum looks forward to working with your group to plan an educational and enjoyable visit. We offer the following to all groups of 10 or more.
- Special discounted rates for adult groups of 10 or more. Bus driver and tour escort are free.
- Museum Orientations and/or Guided tours available by reservation
- Step-on guide available to greet and welcome your group
- Parking is always FREE
The Museum offers special exhibits in addition to the Corvettes on display. For a current list of upcoming exhibits click here.
Adults – $7 each (age 17 and up)
Senior Groups – $6 each (age 62+)
Students – $4 each (age 6-16). One free teacher per 10 students.
Bus drivers and escorts are free.
Call for advanced reservations:
Debbie Eaton – 270-467-8808 or 800-538-3883 extension 185
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Corvette Cafe offers breakfast Monday through Saturday from 8am until 10:30am and lunch 7 days a week from 10:30am until 3:30pm. Small groups (15 or less) may order off the menu. To expedite service of larger groups, an order should be placed in advance. Please click here to see our group boxed lunch order form.
Cruise Thru Package
Are you looking for a private meal (and perhaps a short meeting) with a tour of the Museum? If so, the Cruise Thru Package is for you! This package is available for groups of 15 or more and includes a private or reserved dining area for up to two hours during normal business hours, your catered meal and a tour of the Museum. Click here to view the menu options and pricing.
Group Photos and Store Items
Group photos are available for advanced purchase at a greatly reduced rate from our partner, FotoFx. The Corvette Store is also open during regular museum hours for all your shopping needs.
Sample Trip Itineraries
To make your trip planning as easy as possible we’ve put together a flyer with all the details you’ll need about planning a trip to the Museum, as well as highlights on several other area attractions we think you might enjoy: Bowling Green Travel Ideas
Special Notes and Information
Please notify us as soon as possible to cancel an existing reservation.
Payment can be made in advance or on the day of the visit. If ordering food payment must be made in advance. We accept credit cards, company checks and cash. We prefer groups to pay for admission with one credit card or check.
Buses may unload in front of the entrance at Gate A. Bus parking is locted at the end of the drive at Gate A, directly across from that entrance. Parking is always free.
After payment has been made by the group leader, wristbands will be provided. If a tour guide was requested, the tour will begin in the “Gateway” at the entrance to the Museum.
- A standard size wheelchair and strollers are available free of charge at the admissions counter.
- The Museum is completely wheelchair accessible.
- Please plan to spend a minimum of 1-1/2 hours in the Museum.
- Photography is welcomed.
- A set of restrooms are available inside the Museum exhibit space.
- Benches are located throughout the Museum.