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About Us

About Us

The New England Ski Museum is located in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire.  The Museum is open from 10 AM to 5 PM seven days a week from Memorial Day through the end of ski season at Cannon Mountain, which is normally in early April.

Mission: To collect, preserve, and exhibit elements from the broad spectrum of ski history for the purpose of research, education, and entertainment.

Founded in 1977; Museum opened in 1982 next to the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, Franconia Notch State Park.

Non-profit status, 501(c)(3). Supported by 1500 active Members and sales from the Museum Shop and Catalog. Members receive a 10% discount on purchases.

One of four USSA-recognized ski museums in the United States and the only one in the East.

Governing Body: Board of 30 Directors; quarterly Directors meetings. Staff: 2 full time, 4 part time.

Over 20,000 visitors annually to our Museum include members and the general public, school groups, 10th Mountain Division veterans, and ski clubs. Free admission.

Exhibits change annually. Our current exhibit is From Pastime to Enterprise: Skiing Becomes a Business.

The New England Ski Museum Journal is sent free to Museum members four times a year and contains feature articles written by nationally recognized ski historians/journalists as well as historic photographs.

Museum Shop and Catalog includes reproduction ski posters, books, t-shirts, postcards, ski jewelry, ski gift items, and vintage ski films on video.

Visit our Main Website at:  www.skimuseum.org



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