July 21 - Oct 31, 2019
This gripping exhibition features artifacts, photographs and other ghastly surprises that breathe life into local legends.
Nov 24, 2019 - Jan 5, 2020
Once again the entire museum will also be “dressed for the holidays” (become a member and help us decorate) and the elves are already searching for the best hiding spots for the scavenger hunt!
Explore the richness of prehistoric and early life that spans 13,000 years. Learn more>>
Check out our Virtual Exhibition to discover more about the wealth of artifacts that make up this exhibition.
The former Winnebago Room is temporarily closed as staff transforms this space for this new exhibit.
Steeped in History: Equali-tea Party and the Suffragette Movement
Sat, Sept 21 1:00 pm
Join us for afternoon tea with light refreshments and a joint presentation by City Attorney Lynn Lorenson and Durow Curator of Collections Anna Cannizzo. Presentations will explore the long struggle and persistence of suffragists to achieve the right to vote and how the suffrage movement in America was intertwined with the State of Wisconsin and the City of Oshkosh. Artifacts related to Oshkosh suffragists will be exhibited in the Sawyer Parlor for attendees to view. Reservations required by Sept. 17, 2019. Cost $10, Members $6, Members enter code Member in your cart to reflect your cost. Register Here or call the Museum at 920-236-5762.
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