Chevrolet Hall of Fame
Bowtie Point of Interest
John Gunnell - June 26, 2014 01:13 PM
The museum is packed with Corvettes and other Chevys.Courtesy of John Gunnell
Corvette Indy Pace Cars are a specialty.Courtesy of John Gunnell
The late-‘50s and early ‘60s are well represented.Courtesy of John Gunnell
The Chevrolet Hall of Fame on the south side of Decatur, Illinois, opened in March 2009, with the help of prize winnings from Mid America Motorworks’ Corvette Funfest (www.corvettefunfest.com). The museum includes a large collection of some of Detroit's finest American made iron (and fiberglass) manufactured by Chevrolet.
On display at the Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum is an extensive collection of Chevrolet's hottest cars including dozens of Corvettes. Racing cars, Indianapolis 500 Pace Cars and Show cars fill the museum. All of the great Chevys are there to see.
You can enjoy a good old-fashioned cheeseburger from Dreamers Diner, located next door. There are plenty of Corvettes included in the exhibit.
Museum services include a classic car consignment area, available climate-controlled indoor storage and secured outside storage. The Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum can also provide banquet services for all types of celebrations or car club events!
Admission to the Chevrolet Hall of Fame Museum is: $7 for adults A season pass is available for $35. Children under 12 get in free when accompanied by a parent. For more information or visit www.chevrolethalloffamemuseum.com