Oshkosh Public Museum
The Oshkosh Public Museum has been preserving the history of Oshkosh for almost a century. The museum contains almost 50,000 photographs and 250,000 artifacts, ensuring your family will enjoy hours of historical lessons about their hometown. Your children will be sure to appreciate some of the permanent exhibits, including the Apostles Clock, an impressive clock that rings every hour and provides three minutes of entertainment to its guests. Adults and children can visit the museum for only a small fee, which will guarantee a day’s worth of entertainment. Little ones under the age of 6 get free admission.
Lifest is an annual Christian festival held in Oshkosh that is filled with music, comedians, and speakers. This event is hosted by Life Promotions, and it originally began as a 5-kilometer run/walk to help support the organization and its leader, Bob Lenz, on their evangelistic goals. It is now a great place for the Christian family to take their children of any age to be entertained and fulfilled spiritually. Lifest is dedicated to bringing the word of God to the nation’s youth and providing a space where children and adults of all ages can feel free to celebrate their faith publically.