Explore these great pavilions and educational centers while making your way around the grounds!
The EAA AirVenture Seaplane Base is nestled deep in the trees in a picturesque cove along the Lake Winnebago shore.
Kids can experience hands-on, educational, and fun aviation-based demonstrations and presentations.
Stop by for EAA and AirVenture information, get event questions answered, attend an educational forum, and check your e-mail.
The EAA Member Center allows you to talk to EAA staff members, explore EAA programs and member benefits, and more.
Within the Learn to Fly Center, we are dedicated to helping individuals take a step forward in their desire to learn to fly.
An area for those with a desire to increase their knowledge, hone their abilities, and network with other passionate pilots.
The EAA Blue Barn is your go-to destination for EAA chapters, EAA Young Eagles, and EAA Eagle Flights at AirVenture.
Admission gives you opportunity to enjoy one of the world's finest aviation museums for free!
Take this unique opportunity to walk through the former home and property of EAA founder Paul Poberezny and his wife, Audrey.
Aviation Gateway Park helps attendees discover the possibilities in innovation and education, as well as careers in aviation.
Your place to relax, chill, chow down, and watch the air show from the best seats around.
International attendees can get assistance from friendly volunteers and enjoy a place to relax.
Visit this key educational piece of AirVenture in its new location with an expanded footprint in Hangar D.
Exhibits from 21 divisions and departments within the FAA are on display in addition to forums presented daily.
A location run completely by volunteers, the Activities Center is a great place to stop and take a break.