What a waste not having that collection open to the public.
True you as a tourist can't just walk in off the street, but you as a group or special event can....
From the GMHC website "the 60,000 square foot exhibition area of the facility has been specifically designed to efficiently accommodate business meetings, training sessions and corporate events-large or small—formal or informal. Non-profit fundraising events, black-tie receptions, employee recognition events, even corporate holiday parties are just some of the functions that are hosted at the GM Heritage Center.
Not open to the public, access to the Heritage Center is limited to GM internal sources and external organizations seeking a unique, exclusive venue…a facility displaying nearly 200 priceless vehicles and artifacts that was also designed to create the ideal setting for a variety of events.
Group tours are available to groups, clubs, or staffs, and require a 30-person minimum. A fee of $10 per person is charged for tours scheduled Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. A fee of $20 per person is charged for tours scheduled after hours or on Saturdays. Sunday and Holiday tours will be quoted by the GM Heritage Center event coordinator. Guests should allocate about 1.5 hours for their tour.
Cameras are welcome. Strollers are prohibited. Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult. Guests are not permitted to touch the vehicles, enter vehicles or open doors or hoods.
Schedule an Event or Tour
For more information or to schedule a tour, please email the GM Heritage Center event coordinator at email@example.com
or call 586-276-1498. For rates & guidelines, click here.
General Motors Heritage Center
Sterling Heights, MI 48312"
Sounds like we need to organize a CRG or Team Camaro road-trip sometime. http://gmheritagecenter.com/facility-rental/