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The Vermont Ski Museum was founded in 1988 by Roy Newton, then editor of Vermont Ski News, with the goal of telling the story of Vermont’s role in winter sports. In 2002, the Museum received state-wide support to relocate to the 1818 Old Town Hall in Stowe, Vermont, and to subsequently raise $1.4M through a capital campaign to renovate the building to museum standards. In 2010, the Museum added snowboarding to its name and its mission. Today, the Museum thrives by collecting, preserving, and celebrating Vermont’s skiing and snowboarding history. The Vermont Ski & Snowboard Museum welcomes visitors from around the world to share, to reminisce, and to enjoy the collections and their stories.
The Museum creates visually stimulating and historically in-depth exhibits, along with year-round educational programming and state-wide community events. VTSSM:
Preserves more than 7,300 catalogued items in the collection
Inducts annually pioneers, athletes, and special contributors into the Hall of
Houses Library and Archive collections, including books, magazines, postcards, instructional booklets, trail maps and pamphlets and original photography and film footage
Memorializes the 10 th Mountain Division and more than 250 Vermont 10th Mountain Division members who served in World War II
Records the oral history of skiing and snowboarding pioneers, icons, lift operators, coaches, and Olympians.
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