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Featuring skateboards and memorabilia from the 1930s to present day. Proudly displaying skateboards and memorabilia from Todd Huber's Skatelab, Stephen Pizzo, Pat "Skate Fink" Maphis, Dennis Allgeier and Jack Smith .Open seven days a week. M-F: 11-5...more
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Our kids grew up in the 70’s and 80’s. They lived to skateboard! This small little Museum has hundreds of skateboards going WAY back to present. The person that runs it is involved in the community and very active with many famous skateboarders. It stays...More
Stopped into this museum while on vacation with our family. Kids enjoyed all the cool boards and parents enjoyed the history of skateboarding and retro boards. Museum is right in Morro Bay by the shops and restaurants and is worth a visit!
Great place, their collection is impressive and they have great information on each board they have. History of the sport and equipment is outstanding. I really enjoyed seeing all the skateboards I had ever ridden being in here and it was nice to re-live some...More
This really looked impressive and we came back after shale watching but it was closed. As a former Skater, I was looking forward to sharing this with my children. Well come back. I love the idea of this and what I saw when I looked...More
My wife and I brought her teenage brother to Morro Bay for Summer Vacation. He loves anything skateboard related so when I read about this place I knew it was going to be a “must see”. We thought the museum was pretty cool and the...More
While walking through the shops in Downtown Morro Bay we ran across the Skateboard Museum. Inside is many skateboards of all types from many years ago. We even saw a small Banana board from 40 years in my past. They also have the second larges...More
interesting and in a spot where you can just wander around. Not too many other people inside and the host inside was on the phone. just a time waster.More
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MBSkateboardMuseum, Owner at Morro Bay Skateboard Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 18 July 2018
What time did you visit the museum? Perhaps the host (myself or Eric) were on the phone with someone inquiring about the museum.
Myself and Eric pride ourselves on interacting with visitors to the museum. If you make it back to the museum...More