Stewards of Aviation’s Past…and Future

With a collection of more than 200 historic airplanes along with world-class galleries and displays, the EAA Aviation Museum is a year-round destination, combining the passion of aviation's past with the promise of its exciting future.

WASP: Women Flyers of WWII

This new Telling Gallery exhibit highlights the heroic women pilots who served their country by flying military aircraft to bases around the world. Read More

The Borman Collection

This exhibit honors Frank Borman’s U.S. Air Force career, and his Gemini 7 and Apollo 8 missions. The exhibit itself contains dozens of items from Borman’s personal collection out of the more than 1,000 items donated to EAA.

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Virtual Cockpit Tours

Climb into the airplanes in our museum virtually to see what it is like to be in the pilot’s seat!

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Visitor Information

COVID-19 Statement

The EAA Aviation Museum will be closed until further notice, for the safety of our staff, volunteers, and possible visitors. We will reassess reopening the museum at that time based on the most accurate information available.

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  • Location Map
    3000 Poberezny Road
    Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 54902
    Admission Rates
  • EAA Members FREE
  • Adults (19+) $12.50
  • Seniors (62+) $10.50
  • Veterans and Active Duty $10.50
  • Youth (6-18) $9.50
  • Children (5 and under) FREE
  • Family Rate* $31.00
  • Group Rates Available
    Hours
  • Monday-Sunday10am - 5pm
1944 North American F-51D Mustang - N3451D

In 1939, with the shadows of World War II covering Europe, the British Royal Air Force began looking for a new plane to increase its figh... Read More

Spirit of St. Louis Replica

EAA has constructed two “Spirit of St. Louis” replica aircraft to honor Charles Lindbergh and his aviation achievements.

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1938 Bugatti Model 100 Racer

Say the name Bugatti and racecars should come to mind. Beautiful, fast and sleek the Bugatti racers dominated the European racing scene d... Read More

1931 Pitcairn PCA-2 Autogiro 'Miss Champion' - NC11609

In 1923, test pilot Lt. Gomez Spencer flew inventor Juan de la Cierva's Autogiro in Madrid, Spain, marking the first controlled flight of... Read More

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