EAA AirVenture Museum

EAA AirVenture Museum

EAA AirVenture Museum

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The EAA AirVenture Museum is a museum dedicated to the preservation and display of aircraft located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin adjacent to the Wittman Regional Airport. The museum was built in 1982-83 by Paul Poberezny and a small group of experimental aviators who wanted to display their hand-made planes. It is the only Experimental Aircraft Association museum in Wisconsin. The museum's collection displays over one hundred and fifty planes. The AirVenture Museum is a key tourist attraction in Oshkosh and hosts the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh event in the summer months.

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The museum is open all year round with the exception of a few holidays. The museum contains a variety of planes purchased with visitor donations. Some of their airplanes include the , , and . One of the museum's most popular planes is the . The Swallow OX-5 was designed for warfare and was built by Matty Laird. The plane, retired after eighty years of service, is used to provide rides to people coming to the museum. Visitors who have taken the plane ride offered by the museum can receive an EAA Eagle Flight Certificate and become a member of the located in the museum. There is also a program for kids called the membership.

Young Eagle Program

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