Corvette Museum Sinkhole for the New York Times

On February 12, 2014, the National Corvette Museum opened to find eight of its classic Corvettes buried 30 feet below the floor in a sinkhole that spanned over 60 feet across the Skydome floor.

Fast forward four months and the museum's board met to discuss the future of the sinkhole that has brought in record crowds to see the gaping hole and the cars it swallowed. Pending final approval, the board decided to preserve a small portion of the whole for continued viewing while retiring the rest to showroom floor.