eaa airventure

July 25 to July 31: EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 

From July 25 to July 31, Oshkosh becomes home to the busiest airport in the world during the annual EAA AirVenture. This celebration of all things aviation features daily airshows, workshops, demos, aerobatics, helicopter and airplane rides, a KidVenture Zone and much more.

EAA AirVenture is host to more than 10,000 aircraft, and visitors can expect to see just about anything with wings–including vintage, home-built and military aircraft and much more during this seven-day event.  EAA AirVenture is located just outside of Oshkosh off Hwy 41 at Wittman Regional Airport. 

2022 event highlights include:

  • Celebration of the 75th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force
  • Daily airshows, including evening shows on Wednesday and Saturday
  • Nightly aviation-themed movies in a drive-in theater-type setting at the Fly-In Theater (bring your lawn chair or blanket)
  • A number of notable aircraft are celebrating milestone anniversaries and planned aircraft gatherings 

EAA AirVenture visitors can also purchase tickets for a flight experience on planes like the B-17 Yankee Lady WWII Bomber, B-25 Berlin Express or the Fort Tri-Motor 5-AT-B, which was the world’s first mass-produced airliner. 

A wide variety of ticketing options exist based on how much time you want to spend exploring EAA AirVenture. Daily adult tickets range from $54 to $39 (discounts for EAA members). Veteran and active military discounts are also available. Free admission for ages 18 and under

Admission tickets include access to all showplane parking areas, forums, workshops, evening programs (including movies at the Fly-In Theater), daily airshows, speaker venues, EAA Aviation Museum admission, KidVenture and much more.

Camping is also available on the grounds during the event. A three-day minimum is required and at least one person in your party must be an EAA member.

For more information on EAA AirVenture, a full list of daily activities, show schedule and to purchase tickets, visit www.eaa.org/airventure.

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