Plan a Visit
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. The Museum opened in 1994 and is a 115,000 square foot facility located on a 55 acre campus. Bowling Green, Kentucky is home to the world’s only General Motors Corvette Assembly Plant.
The National Corvette Museum is conveniently located off Interstate 65 in South Central Kentucky. Less than one hour north of Nashville, TN and less than two hours south of Louisville, KY, the Museum is a quick and easy stopover if traveling by car, or a quick drive from the airport of your choice. We are located in the Central Time Zone.
When planning your trip, most visitors allow 1-2 hours for their visit to the Museum. Of course, if you are a Corvette or classic car buff, you may want to allow more than that!
350 Corvette Drive
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
I-65 Exit 28
Open 8am-5pm CT, Seven Days a Week
The last admission tickets are sold at 4:30pm CT.
Holidays Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day
$10 Adults, $8 Seniors, $5 Youth (6-16), Under Age 6 Are Free, Active Military Free.
Various discounts and coupons available. Group rates offered for 10 or more people.
Motorcoach Visit Information
Teacher/Field Trip Information
Corvette Club Visit Information
Corvette Plant Tour Information:
The Corvette Plant is located just across the street from the Museum. Simply turn LEFT out of our parking lot onto Corvette Drive. Continue STRAIGHT through the stoplight at Spur Road and follow the signs to the tour parking area. Visit our Plant Tour information page for more helpful information.
Call us at 800-538-3883 or 270-781-7973
For a list of staff with emails and direct phone numbers click here.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Still have questions? Click here to check out a list of our FAQ.
Planning a trip to Bowling Green, Kentucky? The Convention and Visitors Bureau offers information on their website, and you can request a FREE Visitor’s Guide here.