Welcome to Crane’s Snowmobile Museum

Mr. Snowmobile, Paul Crane, owner of Crane’s Snowmobile Museum, was the first American to ride a snowmobile! Paul invites you to visit the museum and view over 100 vintage machines.

Mr. Snowmobile, Paul Crane, owner of Crane’s Snowmobile Museum, was the first American to ride a snowmobile! Paul invites you to visit the museum and view over 100 vintage machines.

Hello friends, we hope you are healthy. We at the museum are sorry to say that because of the Covid 19 Pandemic, we are going to postpone the February, 6 2021 Vintage Snowmobile Show. We will keep you informed of a possible new date in the future. We Thank You for your understanding and look forward to seeing you all! In the meantime please stay safe and Think Snow!

You can still visit the museum by calling (603)-443-7272. Because of Covid 19 the number of people allowed in the building are limited and masks are required.

Eastern Snowmobile Racing Hall of Fame

The Eastern Snowmobile Racing Hall of Fame Annual Inductee Ceremony
is held each year – We honor the Snowmobile Greats in the East at this event…
View the 2021 inductees here…..

The International Snowmobile Hall of Fame

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Paul Crane has the distinction of being the first person to ride a Ski-Doo snowmobile in the United States back in 1959 and was inducted into the ISHOF!  Read more here….

 

Read More About Crane’s Snowmobile Museum on the NH Snowmobile Association website »

About The Museum:
Crane’s Snowmobile Museum is a place where visitors can see the evolution of riding through the years – from Ski-Doo machines first introduced in the 1960s, to the newer sleds of today.

Inside the museum are about 100+ different snowmobiles with no duplications, and another 40 unique machines in storage.  Throughout the museum are machines from companies still in operation, such as Ski-Doo and Arctic Cat, and those from manufacturers of yesteryear, including Moto-Ski, later bought by Bombardier – and Rupp.