The One Lap of Kentucky Road Tour is the National Corvette Museum’s latest in a series of driving and touring events. This inaugural event kicks off October 12th for a five day site-seeing tour of some of Kentucky’s well-known attractions. Leading the tour will be the Kentucky State Police who are using the event to raise funds for Trooper Island, a youth camp supported by the KSP.
The road tour will depart on October 13th from the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green and will travel to destinations including the Jefferson Davis Monument, International Bluegrass Museum and the Louisville Slugger factory. One stop of note for Corvette fans will be the Metalsa factory (formerly Dana) in Hopkinsville to see how Corvette frames are made.
“Corvettes share a common passion for road tours, and we feel by hosting this tour with the Kentucky State Police this passion will rub off on others,” said Roc Linkov, Events Manager at the National Corvette Museum. “What better time to explore Kentucky than the fall!”
The cost of the One Lap road tour is $625 for the driver and $225 for their guest. The fee includes lodging, meals and admission to all the attractions.
For more information, visit the National Corvette Museum
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