By Sean Szymkowski
Corvette aficionados won’t have much longer to wait: the National Corvette Museum’s Skydome will be reopening in a few short weeks. It’s been a long, daunting process, however.
We’ve kept you in the loop on the progress throughout construction, but we’re glad to see the project completed after a gigantic sinkhole opened up, swallowing a handful of special Corvettes.
Corvettes Around The Corner have gotten their hands on a few new photos of the building in its completion, and we can see it’s looking even better than before. And the Corvettes residing in the newly completed Skydome can rest easy knowing the new concrete floor is supported by miles of reinforced structure, ensuring Mother Nature’s appetite for American sports cars is curbed.
The NCM plans to officially reopen the Skydome during its 21st anniversary festivities on September 3, 2015, and has already released information for anyone who would like to partake in the celebration. You can find that information here, along with additional photos of the Skydome at the link here.