This top rated Kentucky museum features over 70 Corvettes, mostly on loan by private donors, that are showcased in periodic settings including mint classics, prototypes, rare finds and racing champs. Families will enjoy the recently reopened KidZone with hands-on activities for children, and the exhibit hall features rotating exhibits not always focused on the Corvette. Big kids love making their friends jealous when sharing photos of themselves in the "sitter" Corvette available in the lobby.
Most visitors complete the self-guided tour of the museum in an hour or so. If you're really serious about learning the history of Corvette, download the free audio tour online or via the Museum app.
Hungry? The on-site, newly renovated Stingray Grill can help refuel your tank, currently open for breakfast and lunch daily when the museum is open. Chef-created dishes like Blueberry Stuffed French Toast, Watermelon Cucumber Salad, Pasta Fungi and Bourbon Bread Pudding offer a refined meal one would expect among such beautifully-designed cars.
Country music fans can see the newly acquired 1978 Corvette owned by George Jones. Another highlight is certainly the interactive "Corvette Cave-In" exhibit that chronicles the sinkhole that opened up in the museum's Skydome swallowing eight Corvettes in 2014. Oh, and did we mention the gorgeous Next Generation C8 Corvettes that now line the Boulevard inside the Museum while waiting for the new owners to take part in the Delivery Program? Just walking by this many brand new Corvettes at once is worth the trip for some!