GM Corvette Assembly Plant

(270) 745-8019
600 Corvette Drive | Bowling Green, KY 42101
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Tours are currently not available to the public; they are anticipated to resume soon

It's official... the C8 Corvettes are shipping out of Bowling Green!Tours remain unavailable to the public at this time, but you can witness new owners taking delivery of the new mid-engine Corvette almost daily at the National Corvette Museum. We will update this listing as soon as we know more about tours as we're sure it will be worth the wait!

Corvettes have been assembled exclusively in Bowling Green, KY since 1981! You can see the step by step production of America's favorite sports car again soon as public tours have been temporarily suspended due to the launch of the C8, the 2023 ZR1 and plant updates. Visit the tour website for the latest information.

What to Wear / What NOT to Bring: For safety reasons, no crutches or walking assists are allowed at the plant. Wheelchairs are available at no charge. All visitors are required to wear closed toe and closed heel shoes (no spike heels or sandals). No cameras, backpacks, purses, fanny packs or other containers may be brought into the plant except by special request (for medical reasons, etc.) Also, all electronic devices such as cell phones, tablets, or walkie-talkies are not allowed in the facility. These items must be left in your car. There are no holding facilities onsite for guests’ personal belongings. Due to safety regulations within the plant, small infants/children in strollers, along with all children under the age of ten (10) will not be allowed to tour the facility.

Looking to take a picnic break or to stretch your legs during a long trip? Bowling Green Assembly features a wildlife habitat spread across 75 acres, roughly the size of 83 football fields. Within the space are 42,000 pounds of ground-up ergonomic mats reused from inside the plant to form the foundation for a picnic area. Students planted sunflowers along the route, which also features blue bird boxes planted by a local Boy Scout troop. The team collaborates with environmental experts to best choose appropriate native species for the grounds.



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