STOWE, VT - The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum is offering a lift back in time with vintage collections and exhibits.
The Museum boasts thousands of artifacts with skis dating back to pre-1900 to the present.
Their primary exhibit right now is on The National Ski Patrol.
The non-profit is looking to create the museum on their website where viewers can browse through artifacts online.
On March 15 the museum is hosting a Craft Ski Makers panel.
“If you're interested at all in ski technology and have any interest about how skis go together, this would be a great time to come up and come to the museum and have some craft beer and hear these folks talk about what they're doing," says Museum Chairman, Rick Hamlin.
The museum first opened in Brandon. Twelve years ago it moved to its current location in Stowe.
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