Preservation, Conservation, Education and Archive

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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The Skateboarding Heritage Foundation™ is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of skateboarding's past, as well as creating new conversations about skateboarding through educational outreach. The SHF houses an ever-growing collection and collaborates with other museums and galleries. as well as historical projects that include books, films, exhibitions, awards, and web-based materials.
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