The Morro Bay Skateboard Museum opened in July of 2012. Our mission is to share skateboarding’s history and culture with all ages of skateboarders as well as the general public. Featuring skateboards and memorabilia from the 1930s to present day. Many of the skateboards in the museum are on loan from private colletors such as Stephen Pizzo and Todd Huber's Skatelab - Indoor Skatepark and Skateboarding Hall of Fame Museum.
The museum is staffed on a volunteer basis by director Jack Smith, his wife Cathy and local skateboarding enthusiasts. Open seven days a week, 10am - 6pm.
A Great Collection of Skateboarding History.
The museum in :60
Take the next 60 seconds and watch the above "trailer" for the Morro Bay Skateboard Museum for a quick tour. Then get here and see it for yourself. Just click on Jack, above.
Inside the museum
See the complete history of skateboarding - from the early 1930's to present day. Over 200 skateboards from all eras with rotating exhibits from extensive private collections.
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Please visit our friends Skatelab in Simi Valley, CA.