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The New England Ski Museum houses the most extensive collection of historical ski equipment, clothing, film, photographs, literature, and artwork in the East. They are a non-profit, membership supported Museum dedicated to collecting, preserving, and exhibiting elements from the broad spectrum of ski history for the purpose of research, education, and entertainment.

Since opening their doors in 1982, tens of thousands of visitors have toured the exhibits, enjoyed historic ski films in the theatre, and discovered unique gifts in the Museum Shop.

Located at the base of Cannon Mountain in Franconia Notch, New Hampshire, the Museum is a popular stopping place for skiers and travelers throughout the year.

Location: PO Box 267, Parkway Exit 34B, Franconia New Hampshire 03580 Telephone 603 823-7177 Toll Free: 800 639-4181 Fax 603-823-9505

Other History nearby:
(Bethel) Dr. Moses Mason House Museum
(St. Johnsbury) Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium
(Jackson) Jackson New Hampshire Historical Society
(Sharon) Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial
(Strafford) Justin Smith Morrill State Historic Site
(Basin Harbor) Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

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