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Go on an Oshkosh Fall Getaway

Find fall fun in Wisconsin’s Event City!

This fall, Oshkosh offers hundreds of fun and exciting events. There’s something happening every single day! You’ll find concerts, festivals, races, sporting events, farmers markets, art exhibitions and more. In addition to a nearly endless list of events, Oshkosh offers the EAA AirVenture Museum, home to more than 250 aircraft, and the Oshkosh Public Museum, one of the best regional history museums in the Midwest. Visit the English gardens at the Paine Art Center and Gardens. Spend the day in downtown Oshkosh and discover interesting shops and galleries. Take a stroll along the scenic River Walk. Bike the Wiouwash State Trail. Explore the Outlet Shoppes at Oshkosh for brand-name bargains at more than 40 big-name retailers. Go fishing, boating and sailing on 138,000-acre Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin’s largest inland lake. Use this website to find upcoming events, places to eat, where to stay and things to do. See below to find out what’s happening now in Oshkosh.

What's Happening

Dracula

Oshkosh Community Players Present: Dracula

October 3,4,5, October 9,10,11 Grand Opera House Adapted from the famous Bram Stoker novel of the same name, Dracula – a gothic story of romance, life and death – is the perfect start to the Halloween season. Don’t miss the Oshkosh Community Players’ take on this chill-inducing classic. Tickets are $16-$20 and are available online Read More

Night Whispers

Ghost Stories

Night Whispers Get up close and personal with Oshkosh’s ghostly past in this new, after-hours exhibit at the Oshkosh Public Museum, held every Saturday in October. Learn about some of the many ghosts believed to haunt Oshkosh, including a tall, cloaked phantom, the victim of a tragic fire and many more. Tours are offered twice Read More

Dragonboat Race and Festival

September 20 Leach Amphitheater On September 20, the Fox River in downtown Oshkosh will come alive with brightly colored boats and cheering crowds. The Dragonboat Race and Festival is part of a Chinese cultural tradition dating back more than 2,400 years. Oshkosh’s festival attracts athletes from around the area. Teams of paddlers race their boats Read More

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Catch the Color Show!

Try these Oshkosh fall color hotspots Oshkosh is beautiful in the fall. The tree-lined streets are adorned in autumn color. The brilliantly hued trees are reflected on the surface of Lake Winnebago. The parks are painted in red and gold. It’s a feast for the eyes. Don’t miss the color show! The most popular place Read More

What makes a great tourism destination?

It’s all about the experience! It is a natural and understandable tendency for business owners to want to talk about the things that make their products better, different and unique. After all, business owners are proud of what they do and are generally experts in their chosen field or product line. But no information about Read More

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Cabela’s National Walleye Tour Championship

September 18-20 Lake Winnebago Lake Winnebago is a world-renowned walleye destination, so it’s no wonder Oshkosh is again a stop on Cabela’s National Walleye Tour. In fact, Oshkosh is hosting the championship. On Wednesday, September 17, anglers will gather at the Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel and Convention Center for registration and a pairing meeting Read More

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