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From Gas Station to Space Station: NASA Exhibit Opening in January

On July 20, 1969, Commander Neil Armstrong made his way down the ladder of the Lunar Module. He looked down to see that the foot pad at the bottom of the ladder had sunk an inch or two into the fine powder of the Moon’s surface, further confirming that the landing site was stable. He …

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Newly Remodeled KidZone Opens at National Corvette Museum

State Farm Good Neighbor Grant Funds New Exhibits If you ask any Corvette owner when they first fell in love with the iconic American sports car, almost every enthusiast has a story. Often it was a neighbor or relative who owned a Corvette and helped encourage the love or seeing a new model on the …

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Corvette Museum Seeking to Expand Collection

The National Corvette Museum exhibits the history of Corvette from its inception to the current year models that leave the GM Bowling Green Assembly Plant daily. To tell the Corvette’s story, the Museum utilizes their artifact and archive collections in the galleries through various model years, significant milestones, technological upgrades and its impact on the …

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History of Chevrolet Racing Exhibit Opens at Corvette Museum

Chevrolet Racing: Louis to Le Mans Runs Through January, 2019 The National Corvette Museum’s Exhibit Hall has been transformed to feature a special themed exhibit. For a period of about seven months, that theme is the history of Chevrolet racing. The story of Chevrolet racing is told from the early days of Louis Chevrolet as …

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New Moore Mondays Video Series Launched

While not everyone has the opportunity to plan a regular visit to the mecca of Corvette, stories behind the iconic sports car can be delivered to the masses, and enjoyed from the comfort of one’s home. In March, the National Corvette Museum began offering a series of live videos on Facebook, taking viewers behind the …

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