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Virtual Vermonter - Vermont Ski Museum

The Vermont Ski Museum was originally founded in 1988 in Brandon by Roy Newton, moving to Stowe in 2000, where it can be found today in the Old Town Hall. The state has always had a close association with skiing, and the Vermont Ski Museum tells the story of Vermont skiing with memorabilia, presentations, scrapbooks, lectures and much more. Visitors to the museum will be treated to the complete history of the Vermont ski experience, from exhibits featuring some of the first lift chairs and period clothing to those heralding the tremendous (and economically vital) industry that it has become today.

The Vermont Ski Museum is open year round every day but Tuesday, 10-6, and is free to members (others by donation). Call ahead (802-253-9911) to schedule a tour, or visit them online at http://www.vermontskimuseum.org/.

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