“Oh, What Should I Wear?” at the Oshkosh Public Museum on Sunday, March 3 at 2:00 p.m.
As people gathered to enjoy the halcyon days of summer with family and friends, the clothing they … more
New Exhibition will share Oshkosh’s long Sporting History
Dismantling of Logging & Lumbering gallery begins February 18
Oshkosh has a rich and diverse sporting heritage and has produced … more
A World of Partings recounts daily life in Oshkosh during late-1850s and 1860s
Local author interprets the experiences and lifestyle from the diary of Nancy Chandler Derby
The superb … more
The Oshkosh Public Museum is pleased to announce that Emily Rock has joined the staff as Registrar. Emily earned her master’s degree in history with a certificate in museum studies from UW- … more
Clothing, paraphernalia and historic photographs showcase memorable summer activities throughout the years.
The weather outside may be frightful, but inside the Oshkosh Public Museum this winter … more
Book Talk at the Oshkosh Public Museum on Saturday, December 15, at 1:30 p.m.
Local author Randy Domer’s newest book, We Shall Never Pass This Way Again, is another journey into Oshkosh’ … more
Make your holiday season a hygge one!
The 2018 Deck the Halls holiday experience at the Oshkosh Public Museum is inspired by hygge, a Danish concept of savoring life’s simple pleasures. This … more
Dismantling of the existing Winnebago Room begins October 15
A small gallery on the second floor of the Oshkosh Public Museum, referred to as the Winnebago Room, explores the topics of indigenous … more
To commemorate the Great War’s centennial and explore the art, culture and history of World War I, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and the Oshkosh Public Museum are hosting a series of … more
Oshkosh Public Museum commemorates centennial of World War I
The World War I years were a time of profound change. Wisconsin’s National Guard units were called to duty when the U.S. declared … more