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“Learn about skiing heritage”
The Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum@ Vail is a treasure trove of ski history. Its six themed galleries display artifacts, narratives and film documentaries that entertain and educate all age of visitors. Featured topics include Winter Olympics, Skiing and Snowboard history, Vail’s first 50 years, Ski Patrol, Hall of Fame and the famed 10th Mountain Division training for World War II at Camp Hale. Captivating speakers and guided tours are available several days each week. The Museum Gift Shop carries a wide variety of unique vintage ski souvenirs and gifts. Non-Profit organization. Open Daily 10am-6pm. FREE admission!
Loved this accidental find!! Cute little museum that has free entrance (but accepts donations) with lots of stuff to look at, located by the Vail welcoming center. The chairs outside are pretty... Read more
Who knew that it was the US Army who brought European ski resorts to Colorado? I did not! And as a prior service Army veteran, I was fascinated. The museum displays on the people who were... Read more
The Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum is a quick stop filled with lots history and artifacts. It is located in Lionshead Village and has a gift shop attached. There are several galleries to... Read more
Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum
- Sun - Sat: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
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