October 1 - December 30
Manufacturing Victory: The Arsenal of Democracy
From The National WWII Museum, New Orleans
Follow the industrial journey that took the United States from a nation perilously unprepared for war to a global superpower that led the Allies to victory in WWII. Learn more...
Local support provided by The JEK Foundation.
Voices from the Home Front
Saturday, December 3 at 1 PM
Immerse yourself in real 1940s lived experience by hearing firsthand accounts drawn from our Archives. Letters, oral histories, and photos from locals bring Homefront Oshkosh to life. Experience even more WWII History in Manufacturing Victory: The Arsenal of Democracy, on view through December 31.
Co-sponsored by the Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 17 and DAV Auxiliary Unit 17.
Included with general admission Saturday 12/3
Holiday Elf Quest & Gnomes in the Sawyer Home!
Begins Friday, November 18 through January 8
Gnomes and elves have a habit of hiding around the Museum every Holiday season. Join us through Sunday, January 8, 2023, for our annual Holiday Elf Quest! For the expert, this year search for Gnomes in the (Sawyer) Home.
More than Rosie the Riveter: U.S. Women in World War II
Explore women’s contributions to the Home Front effort during WWII from Ripon College Professor of History and OPM Board of Directors Vice President Rebecca Matzke.
Free and open to the public.