AirVenture Outside Green Bay
The highly anticipated annual EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh is finally here! On July 25th by Lake Winnebago, just a quick hour-long drive south of Green Bay, the air will be abuzz with the hum of engines and excitement. With it come droves of industry professionals and fascinated visitors of all ages. No matter your affinity for planes, from professional pilots to awestruck spectators, there is something for everyone during the world’s largest gathering of aviation enthusiasts.
Get Ready for AirVenture
For nearly 50 years people have been flying into Oshkosh, Wisconsin for the annual AirVenture convention hosted by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA). Founded in 1953, the EAA offers an open door to the public to the wonderful world of aviation. From industry lectures to live demos, AirVenture boasts over 1,000 individual events to attend throughout the week long convention. Many spectators will start their adventure in Green Bay for some time in the city before heading down south by Lake Winnebago.You can enjoy what AirVenture has to offer and watch some of the most amazing aerial acrobats from around the world. Some of the other great highlights of the event include:
- An array of daily air shows
- Two night air shows
- 800+ exhibitors
- Food and drink vendors
- The Pearl Harbor 75th Commemoration
- Desert Storm 25th anniversary event
- Boeing 100th anniversary
While the miracle of flight itself is bound to impress, there is so much more at EAA’s AirVenture to enjoy. Musical fans will not be disappointed by the variety of bands slated to perform, including Third Eye Blind and Big Bad Voo Doo Daddies. With so much to see in such a short time, don’t leave your travel plans up in the air. Book your stay today at the Astor House Bed & Breakfast to experience all that Green Bay has to offer before you take off.