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Pre-Production 2019 ZR1 Displayed at Museum

2019 Nurburgring
The National Corvette Museum, a 501c3 nonprofit in Bowling Green, Kentucky, serves as the ‘Gateway to All Things Corvette.’ Charged with preserving the legendary sports car’s past, present and future, the Museum regularly displays vehicles on loan from General Motors as well as private individuals so that no two visits to the Museum are the …

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Museum’s Performance Gallery Undergoing Major Remodel

Performance Gallery
The National Corvette Museum has embarked on a major exhibit remodel bringing one of the Museum’s earliest display spaces up to date with a design that truly reflects the sleek and stylish nature of America’s favorite sports car. “The Performance Gallery is one space in the Museum that has been around since the building’s grand …

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Cemented in History: 1954 ‘Entombed’ Corvette Joins Museum Collection

1954 "Entombed" Corvette
It was 1954 and successful business man, Richard Sampson of Brunswick, Maine had just purchased a brand-new Corvette. After driving it for four years, he wanted to park it somewhere safe. Sampson was constructing new stores for his grocery chain and decided one of them would be the perfect structure to keep his car secure. …

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‘When the Earth Shakes’ Exhibit Opens

When the Earth Shakes
Special Limited-Run Earthquake Display Offers Hands-On Fun While the National Corvette Museum’s name is often synonymous with the term “sinkhole,” from October through December it will also be associated with earthquakes. A new exhibit, When the Earth Shakes, will allow both children and adults to delve into the science of earthquakes, tectonic plates and tsunamis, …

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