SKATEBOARDING HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Preservation, Conservation, Education, and Archive
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Recognized Heritage Sites
Beginning with the Bro Bowl in 2013, the following skateboard cultural sites have achieved official recognition.

1. Bro Bowl (1978), Tampa — Listed: National Historic Landmark: October 7, 2013
2. Southbank (c. 1973), London — Preserved: September 17, 2014
3. Rom (1978), London — Listed: National Park: September 11, 2014

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WELCOME
The Skateboarding Heritage Foundation™ is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of skateboarding's history and culture, as well as creating new conversations about skateboarding through educational outreach. SHF collaborates with other museums and galleries and consults on historical projects that include books, films, exhibitions, awards, presentations, and web-based media. SHF also houses an ever-growing collection of photographic archives, memorabilia, artifacts, and vintage equipment, acquired through donations and special purchases.

About
The Foundation mission and story.

Programs
Learn more about our Heritage programs.

Hall of Fame
Celebrating skateboarding's legends.

News & Press
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