Exhibits Overview

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.

Guided Tours

Guided tours are offered weekdays, Monday-Friday, three times a day (10am, 12pm, & 2pm CT). Guided Tours are available to general admission guests at no additional charge, space is limited, first-come, first serve. (subject to change without notice).

Audio Tours

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.

Exhibit Rules

Many of the cars in the Museum are on loan from private individuals. Please do not cross, remove or touch the barriers. Do not touch the cars. Do not bring food or drinks into the exhibit area.

Special Exhibit

Car-toon Creatures, Kustom Kars and Corvettes: The Art and Influence of Ed “Big Daddy” Roth

The National Corvette Museum has teamed up with Tom Peters, retired Director of Exterior Design for the 8th Generation Stingray Corvette, to put together a new exhibit: Car-toon Creatures, Kustom Kars and Corvettes: The Art and Influence of Ed “Big Daddy” Roth.

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On-going Exhibits

Corvette Cave-in

Relive the Skydome Sinkhole through this interactive exhibit that tells the story of our February 12, 2014 sinkhole in the Museum’s Skydome which swallowed eight Corvettes.

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KidZone

The newly remodeled Corvette KidZone features a number of interactive activities geared toward children age eight and under.

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Skydome Generations

Visit our Skydome to see a display featuring one Corvette of each generation, displayed together to illustrate comparisons and contrast of the changes in the car from year to year.

Nostalgia Area

Realistic scenes mirroring Corvette’s early history. Stroll down Main Street and see a mid-20th century barbershop. Mobil service station, Route 66, 60s Chevrolet dealer showroom and St. Louis Assembly Plant line.

Corvette Nursery

Buyers can order a new Corvette at any dealership, selecting GM option code R8C which denotes the car is to be delivered to the National Corvette Museum. New Corvettes arrive by truck from the GM Plant across the street and are prepped and detailed for their new owner.

Corvette Store

Shop the latest Corvette apparel, gift items, car care products and more! Museum admission is note required to access the Store. Ask about custom apparel with your choice of emblem. Shop online at corvettestore.com. Follow the Store on Facebook and Instagram, and sign up to receive their bi-weekly emails.

Corvette Racing Simulator

Guests of all ages can get behind the wheel of a C6 Corvette and pilot it around a virtual racetrack with our Corvette Simulator! Sessions are $10 each and passengers are welcome. The simulator is located in the lobby, on Corvette Boulevard, within the Museum. Note: Guests must be able to reach gas and brake pedal from the seat to participate.

Corvette Cafe

Serving breakfast and lunch items: biscuits and burritos, burgers, salads, sandwiches, wraps, soup, fountain drinks, coffee and speciality drinks. Enjoy sweet treats including Chaney’s Dairy Barn ice cream, milkshakes, Christie Cookies and more.

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