Oshkosh Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Oshkosh; our list of the best things to see, including CountryUSA, Fly Market and Vintage aircraft.
  • Annual Country music festival.
    food nearby
  • Fly Market

    between AeroShell Square and the Forums area
    Look for especially good deals in the last day or two of the festival, as vendors try to move merchandise so they don't have to cart it home.
  • Vintage aircraft

    a way to the south of AeroShell Square
  • Paine Art Center and Arboretum

    1410 Algoma Blvd
    , +1 920 235-6903 (info@thepaine.org), [2]. Tu-Su 11AM-4PM. The local art museum housed in the former mansion of a lumber baron. Contains alternating exhibits and a collection of local art. $7 Adult, $6 Seniors (65+), $5 Students, $4 Children (Under 5 free), $18 Family.
    food nearby
  • Aeroshell Square

    on a direct line from the main gate to the flight line
    For instance, in 2007 AeroShell square was filled by a huge C-5 Galaxy cargo plane, a slender glider which carried Steve Fossett to the world glider altitude record, a B-24 Liberator bomber, and a dozen more. In the past, Concorde and SpaceShip One both were here. Several of the planes allow walk-throughs.
    eat nearby
  • OTS Route 1 (East Loop)

    110 Pearl Avenue
    06:15h - 18:15h, every 30 minutes, from Monday - Saturday (no service on nights, Sundays, and some holidays). $0.50 (adult). The local bus route 1 (East Loop) follows a scenic route north along the waterfront, and for only 50¢ it's very cheap.
    restaurants nearby
  • Festival of Lights

    Menominee Park
    A large assortment of Christmas light displays. Christmas music is broadcast and sleigh rides are offered. Fee, reduced with non-perishable food donation.
    food nearby
  • EAA AirVenture Museum

    Mo-Sa 8:30AM-5:00PM
  • Oshkosh Public Museum

    1331 Algoma Blvd
    , +1 920 236-5761 (museum_info@ci.oshkosh.wi.us), [4]. Tu-Sa 10AM - 4:30PM, SU 1PM-4PM. A good overview of the history of the town and area from pre-settlement days to the present. Currently the Apostle's Clock is undergoing restoration. $4 Adult, $3 Children (Under 6 free).
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  • Art Walk

    Downtown
    Monthly display of local artists in a variety of galleries and boutiques. Food and drink offered in most stores. Dirst Saturday of the month 6PM-9PM, Free.
    food nearby
  • Papa John's

    Papa John's

    150 Wisconsin St
    Small pizza $5.99-10.99, large pizza $10.50-17.99, soda $1.59, plus tax.. Eat there at a few barren tables, or take out, or have them deliver. You can order from their web site. Within 100m of this restaurant are a dozen other places to eat and drink.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Oshkosh uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.