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
Arts & Museums
Regional and natural history such as the 1895 Apostles' Clock. Offers beautiful exhibits and architecture.
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 museum is dedicated to honoring the men and women who have served in the armed forces in war and peace. The museum houses exhibits and galleries from war as well as several interesting artifacts.
This local art gallery offers a variety of artwork for sale as well as art shows held every month with emphasis on oil, water color, acrylics, and photo art.
This co-operative art gallery is run by thirteen artists who take turns highlighting their work in the gallery.
If you like aircraft than this is the place for you. This facility houses a wide selection of rare and world famous aircraft year round. Exhibits, galleries, and hands on activities allow guests to experience first hand the excitement of avaition.
Browse through a showroom of fully restored antique cars, home of a 1949 Oldsmobile, one of only 5 in the world.
The Hearthstone Historic House Museum was formerly a home that came into prominence owing to the fact that it was the first-ever house to be lit up by using hydroelectricity. This landmark was also included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and is now open as a museum.
Since February 2005, the Paper Discovery Center has been celebrating the art and science of paper through interactive and engaging educational programs, exhibits and activities.
Hands on exhibits for exploration and discovery.
This facility houses a large collection of Houdini displays and memorabilia.
The Masonic Temple was constructed in Appleton in 1923 and currently the building now houses the History Museum at the Castle. The museum exhibits chronicle the Fox River Valley history since the 1840s. And, owing to its historic importance, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places.