If you are visiting Oshkosh soon, there are a variety of attractions to suit the needs of every visitor to the city. Oshkosh, WI is the event city of Wisconsin, but even when you are not at an event there is always something to do when here. Whether you are visiting for Country USA, LifeFest, EAA, WaterFest, or any of the other major events hosted by this city, you are sure to have some downtime. When that happens, be sure to see the area attractions that are hidden gems in the city of Oshkosh, WI.
EAA is the number one event in the city of Oshkosh, but few know that the EAA grounds are open year round featuring a variety of events and things to do. A museum with rotating exhibits and a children’s activity center, is the feature destination of the EAA grounds.
Grand Opera House located in Downtown Oshkosh is newly renovated and the pride of the city. Grand Opera House is the oldest still operating opera house in the state and features a wide variety of shows and productions. When visiting Oshkosh I highly recommend seeing what The Grand has to offer.
Menominee Park and Zoo is wonderful way to pass the day. Featuring two playgrounds, walking paths, and a free zoo, Menominee Park has something for everyone. Located on the banks of Lake Winnebago, visitors can spend the day touring the park and seeing the sights.
Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway is the place to be for Friday night racing. The 1/3 mile dirt track features a variety of races every Friday night and special events on some Saturdays. It is great place to visit for car and racing enthusiasts.
Outlet Mall of Oshkosh is great destination to meet your shopping needs. A variety of stores are all situated in one place conveniently located off of Highway 41. There is something for everyone at the Outlet Mall.