Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum



1 South Main Street, Stowe, VT 05672 Visit Website | 802-253-9911 |


Cost: MEMBERS FREE. Suggested donation of $5 for individuals | $10 for families. Parking: No

Located in the heart of Stowe Village, in the Old Town Hall, the Vermont Ski Museum collects, preserves and celebrates Vermont's skiing history.

Exhibits include:

  • Searching for Vermont's Lost Ski Areas
  • Shred Vermont: Iconic Snowboarding Photography
  • Vermont and the 10th Mountain Division
  • Curious and Cool Ski & Snowboard Artifacts
  • Slope Style: Fashion on Snow, 1930 - 2014

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Consider joining the museum. Not only will you be helping fulfill the museum's mission of collecting, preserving and celebrating Vermont's skiing and snowboarding history, but you will receive some amazing benefits for becoming a member like 2-for-1 lift tickets deals to area resorts!



2 reviews
  • June 18, 2014
    "This is a great activity for a rainy day with the family. The are some interactive exhibits and fun displays that show the history of Skiing and Snowboarding. There is an old gondola and lift chair displayed as well as historical ski clothing. If your family skis or rides this is a fun history lesson on how it all started. The museum is small, however it is located in downtown Stowe and an easy walk for all ages."
    - KLStowe
  • July 18, 2012
    "While the museum is not very big, it was very interesting. I learned a lot about VT's olympic past and saw the evolution of equipment and clothing. My son enjoyed sitting on the ski lift inside. What I found particularly interesting was how the VT military integrated skiing years ago. Worth the visit!"
    - bdempsey

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