Corvette Factory Tours Begin Again on Monday

The National Corvette Museum reminded us Friday that tours of the Bowling Green Assembly Plant will begin again on Monday, following the two weeks of the GM shut-down.

It is highly recommended that Corvette enthusiasts travelling through the Bowling Green, Kentucky area avail themselves of tours of the Museum (Monday through Saturday) and the Assembly Plant (Monday through Friday).

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  1. John Harris says:

    Are reservations required, and what time should we show up on a Friday for the tour. Thanks

  2. Bill says:

    Reservations are strongly recommended for tours of the Bowling Green Assembly Plant. The cost of the tour is $5 per person.

    Guided tours begin daily, Monday through Friday at 9 A.M., 11:30 A.M., and 1:15 P.M. Central Standard Time.

    Tours can be booked on-line or by calling 270/745-8019 Monday thru Friday, 8AM to 2PM.

  3. Gene Fisher says:

    Do I need a reservation for 6 people to see the factory on May 5, 2009?

  4. tammy hodges says:

    I just wanted you to know that I had planned a trip to BowlingGreen with my son, who was flying in from Dallas, and my parents, who were driving from Georgia, just to see the Corvette factory and museum on April 9th. The plant tour has now been canceled, and we are all very disappointed. I don’t know why I was sold tickets for that day, when they were not having any tours. I already bought the hotel and flight for my son after I made the reservation for the factory. I just wanted you to hear my story so that maybe they will post it next time before people make plans to see the factory and, then they decide to close it. Tammy

  5. Bill C. says:

    We at the CorvetteBlog are not involved in any way with the Plant and Museum tours, but we understand Tammy’s frustration. The current situation with GM’s crisis is no doubt creating the short notice factory closures. All we can suggest is to stay in touch with the Museum, as they are the single best repository of information about what is happening at the factory.

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