The Oshkosh Public Museum has long been a popular destination for groups of all types, inlcuding adults and youths. Make your group reservations in advance to take advantage of the many group benefits. Call today at 920.236.5799, or email email@example.com or click on the Group Tour Inquiry Form link to get the adventure started!
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The Oshkosh Public Museum is an exciting place of discovery, learning and inspiration. On your visit, we ask that you honor these simple rules for a fun day at the Museum. We hope you enjoy your visit and come back to see us again!
- Use quiet inside voices and be courteous of others
- Walk respectfully and act responsibly; no running or shouting
- Children must stay with their group and be accompanied by an adult at all times
- Keep hands to yourself; do not touch artwork, sculptures or other objects
- Refrain from taking food or drinks into the galleries
- Be respectful of interactive activities; return items when finished
- The Museum reserves the right to ask any students or groups to leave due to unruly or disruptive behavior
Groups enter and leave through the Museum main entrance on the south side of the building. The group leader should check-in and pay at the Museum Store prior to bringing in the group. The entrance can become crowded with large groups, so please be patient while we orient individual groups. A limited number of coat hangers are available and it is recommended to leave coats and other personal items on a bus or in a car.
A bus unloading and loading zone is available just outside of the entrance. Bus parking is available in the RiverValley Church parking lot, directly across from the Museum on High Avenue.
The Museum does not have lunchroom space available to eat lunch indoors. In the spring and summer months, weather permitting, large groups are welcome to picnic outside on the Museum grounds. All groups must bring their own lunches.
A favorite among visiting groups, we also have an excellent Museum Store with many affordable souvenirs, from postcards and old-fashioned toys to children's books and historic photographs.
Tips for your Visit
- Make a pre-visit if possible before bringing your group to familiarize yourself with the building and exhibits. A gallery guide is also available on our website.
- Plan for about one and a half hours to see the Museum. This includes seeing temporary exhibits, our interactive People of the Waters, Grandma's Attic and Pioneer Log Cabin exhibits, viewing the Apostles Clock, and visiting the Museum Store.
- Remember that the Apostles Clock chimes every hour on the hour. Most groups schedule their visits so that they can see the clock chime at least once.
The Oshkosh Public Museum is committed to providing superior customer service to all visitors. We offer a variety of services to ensure the best possible accessibility to the Sawyer home, grounds and facilities in recognition of the diversity of our general public’s abilities and needs.
The Museum is fully handicap accessible. A wheelchair lift is located just inside the main entrance. For special needs, please contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 920.236.5799.