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Corvette Knowledge

The National Corvette Museum

The National Corvette Museum opened in 1994 as an educational tribute to America’s sports car. The Museum is located in Bowling Green, Kentucky, known worldwide as the home of the Corvette. Every Corvette in the world since 1981 is assembled at the General Motors Bowling Green Assembly Plant located just ¼ mile from the National Corvette Museum.

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Hagerty Media

We illuminate the joy of driving, the wonder of mechanical components, and the bond drivers share with their machines.

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Martin Auto Museum

Created in 2005, the Martin Auto Museum is the brainchild of owner and founder Mel Martin. Mel saw a need to share a collection of vehicles that represent significant periods in automotive history.

The museum features over 75 vehicles, including classic cars, hot rods, customs, imports, and much more.

It also has one of the largest collections of auto memorabilia, antique gas pumps, and signage anywhere.

Kids can enjoy the carousel, or our variety of driving and racing games.

Our guides and volunteers are experts on every piece in the museum!

As a 501(c)(3), we ask for a $10 donation from our guests. Children under 12 are admitted for free!

We accept cash, credit card, and check!

Call us with any questions you may have at 602.298.2377.

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Ron Fellows Performance Driving School

Learn to master the precision and power of the incredible, all-new mid-engine Corvette in one of our newly designed programs! Using your feedback, we are confident that these new courses will truly take your driving skills to the next level.

Take advantage of our progressive curriculum, including dynamic car control exercises, visual scanning development, proper cornering techniques, and much more.

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