The Mammoth Ski Museum is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
We invite you to explore the unique photography of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area and the Mammoth Lakes Foundation founder and photographer Dave McCoy.
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Dave McCoy Photography - Experience the Eastern Sierra through the lens of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area’s founder, Dave McCoy. Now retired from the ski area, Dave traverses the area on all-terrain vehicles with his wife Roma, capturing unique images.
Dave McCoy Vintage Photography: 1930s to 1960s - Once packed away and nearly forgotten, four decades of Dave’s photographs have come alive again. Over two-dozen images, taken between the 1930s and 1960s, were hand-selected from more than three thousand vintage photos. Each barn wood-framed image showcases a distinct moment in Mammoth’s evolution. Visit Dave McCoy’s photography blog at DaveMcCoyPhoto.com.
DVD viewing of "Mammoth Dreams" The Story of Dave McCoy in our lobby.
A Local Legend: Andrea Mead-Lawrence - Learn the story of an outstanding sportswoman of American history. Andrea Mead-Lawrence is a Mammoth skiing legend who won double gold in the Olympic Winter Games of 1952. Lawrence is in the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame and was a resident of Mammoth Lakes for 41 years. She is missed by all.
Hours and admission
Mammoth Ski Museum is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. There is no admission. Closed Holidays.
The Mammoth Ski Museum is located in Edison Hall at 100 College Parkway in Mammoth Lakes.