Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum Stowe
Stowe Vermont Attractions
1 South Main Street, Stowe, VT 05672 • Ph: 802-253-9911
The Vermont Ski Museum, located in the heart of the Village of Stowe, is housed in the Old Town Hall built in 1818 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Vermont Ski Museum is a must-see for skiers, history buffs, and visitors. The Vermont Ski Museum was originally established in 1988 in Brandon, Vermont, and founded by Roy Newton. Its purpose was to chronicle the 100-year history of skiing in Vermont by gathering and displaying a large collection of Vermont skiing memorabilia and historical artifacts. The entire family will enjoy a visit to the Vermont Ski Museum. There is much to see and do; watch old ski movies and vintage ski footage on a giant plasma screen, make custom graphics for your own snowboard, sit in an old ski lift, view ski posters and vintage ski advertising, learn how Vermont ski areas grew and more. Admission is by donation, free for ski museum members. The Vermont Ski Museum welcomes tours but tour operators must call in advance. Group rates are available upon request. The Vermont Ski Museum is a non–profit 501(c)(3) organization. Ask us about Vermont or share your Vermont Ski Museum reviews and comments.
Category: History, Museum, Skiing
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