Earliest known photo of skiing in Bethel 1915/1916
Earliest known photo of skiing in Bethel 1915/1916
Bud Titcomb Skiing at Titcomb Mountain - Courtesy of Farmington Ski Club
Bud Titcomb Skiing at Titcomb Mountain - Courtesy of Farmington Ski Club
Jockey Cap Rope Town, Fryeburg  1936
Jockey Cap Rope Town, Fryeburg 1936
Amos Winter skiing the snowfields at Sugarloaf
Amos Winter skiing the snowfields at Sugarloaf
Pleasant Mountain circa 1953 - first chairlift installed in Maine
Pleasant Mountain circa 1953 - first chairlift installed in Maine
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About the Museum

Ski Museum of Maine
256 Main Street, Kingfield, Maine
(In the Sugarloaf Sports Outlet Building)

As of April 16 through June 15th -  the museum will be open 10 am - 4 pm Monday thru Friday. Private tours are available with advance notice, please contact the museum at 207-265-2023. Admission is free. 

 

Ski Museum buildingRenovation 2017

The exhibits in our home in Kingfield evoke many memories for our visitors. Many times we have heard a father or mother say to their child " I remember skiing on a pair of these when ......"