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Welcome to the New England Ski Museum
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Welcome to the New England Ski Museum. Our mission is to collect, conserve, and exhibit elements of ski history for research, education and inspiration
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Welcome to newenglandskimuseum.org
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Word count: 415 words, Reading time: 1.7 minutes"Skip to content New England Ski Museum Preserving the Future of Skiing's Past Primary Menu HomeAbout Board of Directors Speakers and Programs Cal Conniff Grants Museum News Journal LocationsVisit Permanent Exhibit Annual Exhibits Eastern Slope BranchLocations Franconia, NH Eastern Slope Branch-No.Conway, NHEvents Calendar of Events Schneider Hof Raffle Hannes Schneider Meister Cup Race Annual Meeting and DinnerMembershipShopTimelinesLinksCollections Individual Collections in New England Ski Museum Image Use Policy Donations to the Collection Lowell Thomas Skiing Correspondence via Marist CollegeDonate Welcome to newenglandskimuseum.org Welcome to the New England Ski Museum. Our mission is to collect, conserve, and exhibit elements of ski history for research, education and inspiration. We have operated our Museum at Franconia Notch State Park since December, 1982, and our Eastern Slope Branch in North Conway since February, 2018. We welcome thousands of visitors to both branches each year. Whether online or in person, we encourage you to enjoy our stories from the history of skiing.Our permanent exhibition is From the First Tracks to the Fall Line: eight thousand years of skiing. It presents a timeline of the development of skiing from its prehistoric roots up until the advent of the shaped ski in the 1990s, and includes local aspects of ski history with national implications such as several important ‘firsts’ at Cannon Mountain, and the career of area native Bode Miller.Five Olympic medals won by Bode Miller New England Ski Museum in Franconia Notch, New HampshireOur New Second Location: The Eastern Slope Branch in North Conway, NH New England Ski Museum New England Ski Museum is a member supported non-profit organization dedicated to the history of skiing. We offer permanent and annually-changing exhibits, and invite you to visit our museum in beautiful Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire. Admission to the museum is always free. NESM NewsWin a Stay at the Schneider Hof!!!Students Showcase Ski History Projects2022 Cal Conniff Grant Applications Being AcceptedShop Our Store Membership: Email Newsletter Sign up for our Email Newsletter Contact Us Franconia Address: 135 Tramway DriveFranconia, NH 03580-4403 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 603-823-7177North Conway Address: 2628 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH 03860-1673Phone: 603-730-5044 Visit us on Facebook Eastern Slope BranchThe Eastern Slope Branch of the New England Ski Museum has been open for more than a year. Visit us at 2628 White Mountain Highway, North Conway NH, just south of Schouler Park. The long-time location at Franconia Notch State Park remains open, and we are happy to be able to exhibit skiing history in two locations!VideosAbout NESMSearch Our Site Search for: Copyright © All Rights Reserved. Powered by WordPress | Blue Planet by Nilambar Go to top"
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