What better time to rev up your Corvette craving than the National Corvette Museum’s 25th anniversary?
The celebration takes place
August 28-31 for registered participants, and regular museum-goers also can take in a lot more during that time. “You get to see all the 5,000 cars that will be there in addition to the museum displays,” says Katie Ellison, marketing and communications manager.
The newest Corvette—the eighth generation—was unveiled in July, Ellison notes, “so this will be one of the first opportunities to see the car in person.”
The anniversary celebration includes a Thursday night concert by Jefferson Starship, along with a fireworks show ($25 on site).
The Bowling Green museum, with its striking architectural design, opened September 2, 1994, as an educational tribute to the iconic sports car.