400 South Koeller Street
Oshkosh, WI 54902
Phone: (920) 230-7378
Fax: (920) 230-7379
Bauman Park is a bustling recreational area found on Bauman Street in Oshkosh. The park is home to well-developed softball and baseball fields. It also has excellent amenities for hunting and fishing, apart from a shaded picnic spot.
Algoma Boulevard United Methodist Church dates back to the year 1890. Situated on Algoma Boulevard, the church remains a major historical landmark of Oshkosh. The church remains popular for its exhaustive collection of Nativity figurines.
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.
The historic Trinity Episcopal Church was built in the year 1887. Located on Bowen Street, it remains Oshkosh's sole Episcopal place of worship. The church building remains a striking example of Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture.
EAA Airventure Museum welcomes you to explore a massive collection of experimental and ancient aircraft models. Located on Poberezny Road, this history museum is also home to age-old warbirds and a bustling library. Over 200 replicas of airships are displayed here.
The Grand Opera House is part of the National Register of Historic Places for its magnificent architecture and interior design. Constructed in 1883, it features shows by symphony orchestra and repertory theater groups.
The Menominee Park is a home to over 50 animals, and is a perfect place to get acquainted with these exotic species in their natural habitat. The park is open seasonally and conducts tours to educated adults and children about nature and environment.
Learn the art of making beer as you visit Appleton Beer Factory. This place is known to serve their hand crafted beers along with a small plate menu made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients.
Appleton Public Library uses a wide selection of books as well as other mediums to spread a wide range of information. The place has a parking lot, but you do have to pay a nominal fee to park here.
The Lawrence University came into existence in 1847 and since then it has been the breeding ground for many liberal arts students. Every year this reputed institution has an impressive number of doctoral students.
City Park features play areas for children and adults, and houses many benches and picnic tables for a day out with your loved ones. City park is considered to be one of the best parks of the town and is ideal for a relaxing day.
Erb Park features a public swimming pool for your recreation. This park houses multiple picnic areas and designated play areas for children, making it a perfect family outing spot.