Like the car it immortalizes, the National Corvette Museum is always improving.
With those improvements, however, will have to come a few temporary inconveniences while work is being done.
Three areas in particular – the Performance Gallery, Design & Engineering, and Enthusiast areas – will be closed to the public from Saturday, Feb. 1 through Saturday, Feb. 8 while crews remove carpet and apply epoxy floors. Officials say that will provide ample time for contractors to apply the new floor surface and allow it to dry and cure.
The Museum will remain open during the construction, but the flow of the tour route will be changed. To make up for the inconvenience, a discounted admission rate will be in effect.
In other NCM news, the Corvette Store will be closed for inventory on Wednesday, Jan. 22.
“We appreciate everyone’s patience while we make upgrades to your Museum!” an official said.
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