Go on an Oshkosh Winter Getaway

Find winter fun in Wisconsin’s Event City!

Oshkosh is Wisconsin’s Event City. From concerts and holiday celebrations to races and sporting events, there’s always something happening in Oshkosh. In addition to a nearly endless list of seasonal events, Oshkosh offers year-round attractions, including the EAA AirVenture Museum, the Oshkosh Public Museum and the Paine Art Center and Gardens. Downtown Oshkosh is home to the scenic Riverwalk and unique shops and galleries. The Outlet Shoppes at Oshkosh features more than 40 brand-name retailers offering great discounts on apparel, house wares and more. Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin’s largest inland lake, is one of the Midwest’s premier ice fishing destinations. Visit Oshkosh today!

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Find February Fun in Oshkosh

It’s February, and that means another month of cold, snowy weather, but don’t let that get you down. You may be surprised to find out that February is one of the busiest months of the year in Oshkosh! Whether indoors or outdoors, there are plenty of events and activities to keep you busy during the month. The…

A Glimpse of Oshkosh: 2016 Events

Happy New Year! As we journey into 2016, which is going to be the best year ever by the way, here is a glimpse of a few exciting events happening in Oshkosh this year: WINTER (Jan.-Feb.) January Home & Outdoor Living Expo, 22-24; Sunnyview Expo Center Taste of Oshkosh; 31; Sunnyview Expo Center February EAA Ski Plane…

Explore Historic Oshkosh

The lumber barons and immigrants who settled in Oshkosh created a vibrant and unique city on the shore of Lake Winnebago. Their fascinating stories live on. Oshkosh’s museums and historic buildings offer a captivating look at the past. A good place to start your historical exploration is the new Historic Oshkosh website. The site has…

The Nativity Collection

Open year-round Methodist Church, Oshkosh One of the largest permanent displays of nativity sets in the world is on display in Oshkosh. The Algoma Boulevard United Methodist Church displays over 1,000 different depictions of Christ’s birth that range in size, from five feet tall to smaller than your thumb. The materials of each set vary,…

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