400 South Koeller Street
Oshkosh, WI 54902
Phone: (920) 230-7378
Fax: (920) 230-7379
400 South Koeller Street, Oshkosh, WI, US, 54902
- Phone: (920) 230-7378
- Fax: (920) 230-7379
This micro-brewery offers tours as well as observation windows for your viewing pleasue.
Paine Art Center and Gardens is located in a remarkable estate and is a versatile museum for inspirational learning. Comprising of the beautiful Paine Mansion and gardens, it is not only a historical site but a treasure trove of arts and antique furnishings which are indeed culturally educational. Although the Paines never lived here, the beautifully decorated house and extensively landscaped gardens were dedicated solely for artistic purposes. The different galleries highlight French Barbizon and American artworks, delicate china and silverware, intricate woodwork and more. There are rotating exhibits as well throughout the year. Their Family Discovery Gallery is a bilateral center for families with workshops and various projects.
This Queen Anne-style home was built in 1884 and features exceptional woodwork and architecture.
This beautiful historic home was built in 1883 by William Waters and shows in detail the exquisite architecture of the period.
Come and explore this beautiful park which stretches over a distance of 109 acres along the shore of Lake Winnebago. The facilities include a train, merry-go-round, amusement rides, and paddleboats. The zoo features several educational and fun exhibits and animals.
Basketball, batting cages, video arcade, 18 hole mini golf, pro shop, bats, gloves, card shop, something for all ages.
Historic Queen Anne mansion, designed with similarities of a German castle.
Designed as an Indian fort, later used on the underground railroad, features 9 passageways, secret room and underground tunnel. It is rumored to be haunted!
Offering private and group instruction.
Go karts, off road ATV karting, bumper boats, lighted golf driving range, mini golf, video arcade, aero ball and batting cages.
30 room Victorian mansion set in a complex of 23 historic buildings.
Trace your family roots at this resource center filled with historical information on Fond du Lac County and its residents, past and present.