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.
Exhibit Hall Displays
From Gas Station to Space Station: How NASA Conquered Low Earth Orbit
February 15, 2019 – JuNE 30, 2019
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of that epic achievement in human history, the National Corvette Museum, in conjunction with NASA and the Marshall Space Flight Center, have put together an exhibit that will inspire and remind us that no goal is too far out of reach. The exhibit is called From Gas Station to Space Station: How NASA Conquered Low-Earth Orbit.
A semi-permanent exhibit to tell the story of our February 12, 2014 sinkhole in the Museum’s Skydome which swallowed eight Corvettes. Learn more here.
Our young visitors age eight and under will enjoy the Corvette KidZone with hands-on activities. Learn more here.
The Skydome also plays host to a mini display featuring rare production colors of Corvettes.
Visit our Skydome to see a display featuring one Corvette of each generation, displayed together to illustrate comparisions and contrast of the changes in the car from year to year.
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.
What’s In Your Museum
- Corvette Profiles – 2005 MVB Corvette “Number 61” While some Corvette owners treat their cars like royalty, driving them easy, and only in dry conditions, this cannot be said about all Corvette owners. Other Corvette owners daily their Corvettes, taking their Vettes through monsoons and snowstorms – like nothing can stop their Corvette driving experience. While these daily driver Corvettes may have taken a ...
- Corvette Profiles – The Last of the C3s The 3rd generation of the Corvette is the longest running generation to date, spanning 15 full years of production. The first production year of the 3rd generation, or C3 Corvette introduced many new features along with its new body style. The C3 came in both a convertible and a coupe for its first year, but ...
- Corvette Profiles – 1986 Corvette Indy Back in the mid-1980s, General Motors released one of the most technologically advanced cars ever created for its time; the Corvette C4. Upon release of the C4, the world was incredibly excited for what the car was capable of. In the 1980s, car design was like music of time. It was out with the old, and ...