Event Cancelled: Join us on Saturday, August 27, 2022 in Bowling Green Kentucky for a fly-in lunch and tour at the National Corvette Museum. Bring a friend as the event is open to everyone. Former SEBS Board member Pete Grass is the trip captain for this lunch and Bowling Green is in the Central Time Zone.
Registration is required. Your $25 registration fee includes round-trip van transportation between the Bowling Green airport and the National Corvette Museum. It also includes your museum tour ticket, taxes, and tour gratuities. Lunch and lunch gratuity at the co-located Stingray Cafe are pay-as-you-go upon arrival.
Please register and pay online here: Register online now! No walk-ins please.
Registration closes at end of day on Tuesday, August 23rd.
Cancellation: There is a $5 cancellation fee if you cancel prior to August 23rd at noon CDT. No refunds can be granted after this time due to commitments with the museum and our transportation providers.
There are three shuttle pickups from the Bowling Green Airport; 10:30 am CDT, 11:00 am CDT and 11:30 CDT. The last return from the Museum departs at 3:30 pm CDT. Early or want to stay later? Please contact the Trip Captain, Pete Grass via email at email@example.com
Lunch and National Corvette Museum Tour:
Please plan your arrival so that we can shuttle you to The Stingray Grill at the National Corvette Museum, a 15 minute ride. The museum tour for our group starts at 12:45 pm sharp.
Restaurant: The Stingray Grill
See menu here: https://www.corvettemuseum.org/stingraygrill/#menu
Their full menu will be available.
Lunch and your lunch gratuity is on individual checks.
Saturday's lunchtime can be a little busy, so plan accordingly.
Bowling Green, KY airport (KBWG) which is located in the Central Time Zone
Extend your trip:
Consider a side visit to the Aviation Heritage Park.
The park is open to the public everyday during daylight hours for self-guided tours. They have 6 aircraft on display honoring aviators from South Central Kentucky who have made significant contributions to aviation and this country. AHP also has two aircraft in their restoration facility and are in the process of building an indoor museum facility, slated for a grand opening fall of 2023.
If you have interest in a guided tour, park officials can arrange for docents/guides to be available. The guided tour would include visiting the restoration facility to see the two off-exhibit aircraft. Please let the trip captain, Pete Grass know of your interest.
Check out www.visitgreenvillesc.com for lodging and other details for what to see in the Bowling Green area. This is an exciting place to visit!