The National Corvette Museum was selected to participate in the Museum at Night Challenge and they did not disappoint!The “Museum At Night Challenge” originally began in Belgium, at the Le Pass Science Adventure Park in Frameries and has since swept across the globe as museums challenge each other to participate on social media in order to show the beauty of each museum after the lights go down and public is gone.
It all started last year during the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic as businesses and institutions were forced to shut down and the public required to stay at home. The challenge was an ingenious way of continuing to publicize the existence of these museums while giving humanity some hope on the other side of the pandemic.
Quickly moving from Belgium and through Italian and European museums, the challenge has now found it's way to our neck of the woods and recently, the Castle Museum of Saginaw County History in Michigan, challenged the National Corvette Museum (NCM) in Kentucky to pick up the gauntlet. They did not disappoint.
The NCM responded on Facebook with a stunning aerial photograph of the museum at night which you see above.
The National Corvette Museum was selected to participate in the Museum at Night Challenge and they did not disappoint!