The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum does nothing but amaze. It originally opened as The Vermont Ski Museum in Brandon, VT in 1988; later to be moved to Stowe, VT in 2000 and relocated in 2002 to South Main St. in Stowe. A wise decision was made to add the word “Snowboard” into the museum’s name in 2011.
The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum collection contains over 7,750 items that spam 7 categories: Ski Equipment, Ski Clothing, Mechanical Equipment, Vermont Area / Ski Vermont items, 10th Mountain Division, fina art, and miscellaneous archival materials.
Step back and you’ll instantly notice the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum has a vast collection of Burton Snowboards. The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum has a one of a kind vintage Burton boots, bindings, snowboards, and outerwear. Packed in every nook and cranny are patents, contest bibs, and prototypes of every shape and size.
Besides Laax, Cardona, Valdez, Fukushima, and Valle Nevado the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum should be on every snowboarder’s bucket list. Go support the history of snowboarding.