The interesting history behind the Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa shows that its foundation was laid by a group of ski enthusiasts and some volunteers. Its doors were formally opened for the Canadian public on May 10, 1971. It was then integrated under the Canadian Federal Law in 1975. After seven years of its incorporation, Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa formed the “Canadian Ski Hall of Fame.” Since then, more than 140 people famous skiing enthusiasts have been inducted into it.
Collection to See at Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa
- Wide range of ski and snowboard related objects
- Archival materials
- Skiing Related Books and Journals
- Skiing and snowboarding boots, bindings, clothing
- Skiing related Maps, magazines, and historical photographs
- Amazing poles, racing bibs, scrap-books
- Nice collection of ski-club badges, trophies, uniforms, and waxes
Entry into the Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa
Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa offers free entry to the skiing enthusiasts.
Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa operates on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 11am to 5pm. On Thursday, it remains open till 8pm. However, it remains closed on Monday and Tuesday.
For any kind of information, registration or volunteering, call at the above given number to contact the management of the Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa.
9-2420 Bank St. Ottawa, ON K1V 8S1, Canada
How to Get to Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa
Scott / Clifton is the nearest bus station to the Canadian Ski Museum Ottawa. It is just 56m away, making hardly 40 seconds’ walking distance. Bus Number 150 will take you to this bus station. From this bus stop, you just have to head southwest on Scott St toward McRae Ave to find your destination right in front of you. View Map