National Corvette Museum Offering December Special for BRADD Region Residents
The National Corvette Museum, located at exit 28 in Bowling Green, is offering a special $5 admission rate for residents of the Barren River Area Development District (BRADD) through the month of December.
“As tourism season winds down for the year we wanted to offer our local friends an affordable option to get out of the house and enjoy what we consider a national treasure,” shared Dr. Sean Preston, President and CEO. “The Museum features 115,000 square feet under roof, so there’s plenty of space to socially distance indoors while enjoying America’s Sports Car.”
The Museum features a number of new exhibits, including ‘The Vision Realized: The Journey to the Mid-Engine Corvette’; ‘Cartoon Creatures, Kustom Kars and Corvettes: The Art & Influence of Ed Big Daddy Roth’ and the ‘E. Pierce Marshall Memorial Performance Gallery’. Exhibits are updated on a regular basis, so no two visits are the same. A racing simulator is available for an additional fee. Guests can also witness customers picking up their brand-new Corvettes through the Museum Delivery program.
For families with children participating in NTI (non-traditional instruction) or virtual learning, free public Wi-Fi is available.
BRADD includes Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Hart, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe, Simpson and Warren counties and visitors can show their drivers’ license to receive the discounted rate. The Museum is open daily, 8am-5pm CT, and is closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Learn more about the Museum and plan your visit here.