Kentucky’s tourist attraction jewel is about to be even better!
Image courtesy National Corvette Museum.
Dateline: 5.17.18 – The National Corvette Museum just announced that BIG plans are in the works. The proposal calls for more display space, more office space, and more storage space. Hemmings Motornews posted a very comprehensive article that you can read HERE.
I was surprised to learn that the Museum owns 81 vehicles and that the museum does not have an example of every year Corvette. That’s just one of the many things on the Museum’s Wish List.
And just an interesting FYI, in December 2017 at USA Today poll, readers voted the National Corvette Museum as the “Best Kentucky Attraction”! Check it out HERE. https://www.10best.com/awards/travel/best-kentucky-attraction/
So, there are exciting things in the works at the National Corvette Museum. And to think, this all started because Zora Arkus-Duntov felt that there should be a central place to store Corvette artifacts. Kudos to Wendall Strode and his team, as well as all those that came before that helped make this all happen! – Scott
PS – This is also worth mentioning. The National Corvette Museum has a large collection of very well done videos on their YouTube Channel. The videos don’t get very many views and that might be because Corvette fans don’t know about it. So, check them out hit that SUBSCRIBE button, and tell your Corvette friends!
The main videos page is HERE! https://www.youtube.com/user/corvettemuseum/videos
Here’s a new series presented by Gary More, the Museum’s curator…