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Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum

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Amy F wrote a review Feb. 2020
Sandwich, Massachusetts20 contributions6 helpful votes
Excellent! Really nice small museum, and very interesting, especially if you are a skier. Theresa gave a wonderful guided tour if the museum. A lot of interesting artifacts to look at. Great historical tour of how skiing took its roots in Maine. We spent about an hour there. Would highly recommend.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mike P wrote a review Feb. 2020
5 contributions3 helpful votes
What a wonderful hidden treasure in Kingfield, Maine! The Ski Museum of Maine is chock full of memorabilia, illustrations and information about the ski heritage of the Pine Tree State. The displays are expertly curated and presented in a very professional manner. It’s well worth experiencing for anyone with an interest in the evolution of our great sport.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Heidi D wrote a review Aug. 2019
Scarborough, Maine301 contributions119 helpful votes
The Ski Museum is a gem in Kingfield. The museum itself is small but hosts a great variety of skis, boots, bindings through the years that will bring back wonderful memories. The displays of all the Maine Olympians are very impressive and of very high quality. The ties of the farming culture in Maine and how skiing arose in Maine is very interesting. I learned a lot in my 1 hour at the museum. The staff at the museum is very knowledgeable and will guide and educate you along the way in a most friendly way. I had a wonderful triip down memory lane and learned a lot along the way. It is a must for all the ski buffs who come to the Carbassett Valley- and even interesting for those who aren't. Admission is free so take the time and enjoy the museum- I highly recommend.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Saldanais wrote a review Dec. 2017
Shrewsbury, Massachusetts24 contributions13 helpful votes
Good way to kill 45 minutes in a town with not much going on in it. Cool history of skiing in the state of Maine, very friendly woman working it the day I visited with a lot of knowledge on the collection and skiing in Maine. Entire museum is 1 large room above a ski shop. Might make a fun 3 hour diversion if included with the Stanley Museum.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Don C wrote a review Oct. 2016
Fritz Creek, Alaska551 contributions214 helpful votes
This museum is not to be missed if you are someone that has skied for many years. Remembering the way it was IS always fun.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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