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Car Culture’s Corvette Cool at Adventure Science Center

A beautiful 1967 sunfire corvette is part of the Car Culture exhibit at ASC, now celebrating 75 years.

So many little and big kids love cars, it's a wonder it doesn't drive a parent nuts! From hotwheels to matchbox to your kid's first set of real car keys, at a certain point everybody falls in love with a car. That's why the Adventure Science Center's CAR CULTURE exhibit (in collaboration with the National Corvette Musuem) is so cool. As part of their 75th anniversary, ASC has seven gorgeous corvettes on display that will thrill all ages now through November 28. The seven corvettes range in yearly models from 1954 to 2019 and the exhibit delves into the union of science and technology. Stuff kid pockets with matchbox cars and zoom over to the ASC for a fun outing with the kids!


Join us throughout the run of Car Culture to explore some local car culture and get up close to some truly extraordinary cars. Each car show will take place in the Adventure Science Center upper parking lot.

Saturday, September 18 – 10am-1pm | Performance
Featuring only car models built in the last 2 years, this event is all about the most up-to-date, exotic, and high-tech vehicles. These cars are built for performance and represent the future of cars. Buy Tickets

Saturday October 16 – 10am-1pm | Modification
Check out some of the most unique vehicles around. These cars have all been modified from their original to be a true expression of the driver. They are truly works of art! Buy Tickets

Saturday November 13 – 10am-1pm | Classic
Celebrate the classic nostalgia of cars built before 1970 and marvel at the pristine vintage condition of these local pieces of car culture history! Buy Tickets

The Adventure Science Center is located at 800 Fort Negley Boulevard in Nashville. The museum is open 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Thursday through Monday and until 6 p.m. on Saturdays. All guests ages 3 – 11 are required to wear masks during the visit with no exceptions. Timed-entry tickets to Car Culture are part of the General Admission fees:  Adults ages 13-64 $18; Youth ages 2-12 $14. Children under age 2 are free.



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Susan Swindell Day

Susan Day is the editor in chief for this award-winning publication and all-things Nashville Parent digital creative. She's also an Equity actress, screenwriter and a mom of four amazing kids.