Being the Corvette nutters we are, we’ve kept up with the ongoing construction process and provided a healthy number of Skydome updates along the way.
It was a long and arduous process so we won’t lay the exact details of the construction process out for you here, however, we encourage you to check a few of our NCM updates below if you’re not up speed on the new, vastly safer Skydome.
Here are a few official NCM Skydome updates:
All the heavy lifting is now complete and NCM staff are currently cleaning the inside of the Skydome, polishing the new floors, and installing a guardrail.
After the sinkhole opened up, tourism at the museum increased a massive 66 percent. The question is, will visitors flock to see the new and improved Skydome? (Then again, you could always wander over to the upcoming ‘Thunderdome’ exhibit to experience the thrills of falling into a sinkhole firsthand.)
While we can’t say for certain how popular it’ll be, visitors to the Skydome can now compare beyond-repair Corvettes alongside some of the recently restored Corvettes, and that’s sure to be an interesting draw for Corvette faithful.