Celebrate, Preserve and Share The History and Heritage of Maine Skiing and Snowboarding
We thank our sponsors - Sugarloaf, The Department of Economic & Community Development's Office of Outdoor Recreation and Maine Office of Tourism. It is through their generosity that we can offer this video of our exhibit.
We thank all our members and donors that have supported the museum throughout the years. It is through your donations and memberships that we can continue to fulfill our mission: Celebrate, Preserve and Share the history and heritage of Maine skiing and snowboarding. If you would like to make a donation to support future virtual presentations, please follow the link below:
The "50th Anniversary of the Tall Timber Classic Races at Sugarloaf" is open. the exhibit celebrates the athletes, organizers, volunteers and race officials that put Sugarloaf on the map as a "World Class" venue for ski racing. Sugarloaf welcomed competitors from many nations, teams, race officials press spectators and national TV audiences. See it for yourself Monday through Friday from 10 am to 3 pm or view on-line by clicking here. In accordance to the current Maine CDC guidelines, all visitors must wear a mask, practice social distancing and we can only allow 5 non-related persons in the museum at one time. The staff will be wearing masks, and will be sanitizing the museum in between visitors. We have a sanitization station set up in the entrance and disposable masks for your protection.
You can be a hero of Maine's rich skiing history by renewing or becoming a member of the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum. Benefits of becoming a member include receiving our newly designed bi-annual Snow Trail magazine, special invitations to events happening across the state of Maine, a 10% discount on all online purchases, and updates on new exhibits both in the Kingfield Museum as well as our permanent satellite exhibit in the Robinson House of the Bethel Historical Society. To renew online, click on the button below which will take you to our membership page.
Help us support our ski and snowboard mission: “To preserve, celebrate and share Maine’s skiing and snowboarding history and heritage”
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The museum is now open Monday-Friday from 10am-3pm, in accordance with the latest recommendations from the CDC and Governor Mills. Masks are required upon entry.
Maine is very rich in ski and snowboard history, yet many people do not realize it nor recognize the place this history holds within the winter sports world. Because of this, many of those who have valued the special spirit our sport entails are concerned this history will be lost. It is this concern which motivated the founders... Keep Reading.