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 Tow, Fryeburg  1936
Jockey Cap Rope Tow, Fryeburg 1936
Amos Winter skiing the snowfields at Sugarloaf
Amos Winter skiing the snowfields at Sugarloaf

We're Looking For Volunteers!

Love The History Of Skiing In Maine And Want To Help Share The Many Stories & Events? The Ski Museum Of Maine is looking for great individuals with a passion for Maine Skiing History to help in operating the Museum. The work includes guiding tours, answering visitor questions and all that is part of being a great docent. 

There will be a revolving schedule and we don't expect people to work more than 2 days a week (hopefully less) and the hours would be noon to 4pm.
If you think this opportunity is perfect for you please contact
Theresa Shanahan at executivedirector@skimuseumofmaine.org

Bill Green Outdoors: Maine Ski Museum

Did you watch the Bill Green's Maine news segment on our new Maine Olympic Exhibit?
Come celebrate with us on the opening of our new exhibit on December 28th from 6pm - 8pm 

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Ski Museum buildingAbout the Museum

256 Main Street, Kingfield, Maine
Phone: 207-265-2023
Hours: Daily 10am - 4pm

Maine is very rich in ski history, yet many people do not realize it nor recognize the place this history holds within the American ski world. Because of this, many of those who have valued the special spirit our sport entails are concerned this history will be lost. It is this concern which motivated the founders... Keep Reading.