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Poberezny home to open for visitorsPoberezny home to open for visitors

Aircraft Spruce buys 9-acre estateAircraft Spruce buys 9-acre estate

The Oshkosh, Wisconsin, home of Experimental Aircraft Association Founder Paul Poberezny will soon open to the public, offering a glimpse inside the world of one of general aviation’s most famous names. Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. announced it has purchased the Poberezny estate and will make it available for visits through EAA beginning this summer.

Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. has purchased the Oshkosh, Wisconsin estate where Experimental Aircraft Association founder Paul Poberezny lived from 1991 through his death in 2013, and partnered with EAA to open the home to future visitors. Photo courtesy of Aircraft Spruce.

The century-old stone farmhouse at the heart of the 9-acre estate that Paul and Audrey Poberezny purchased in 1991, and where the EAA founder lived until his death in 2013, is not far from Wittman Regional Airport, home of EAA AirVenture. There have been many visitors over the years, aviation luminaries and leaders among them, and the artifacts and photographs Poberezny left behind offer an insight into his lifelong passion, the origin and growth of EAA, and events that helped shape the aviation world we know today.

This is where Paul built airplanes, read about aviation history, and wrote countless letters and articles,” Aircraft Spruce noted in a news release, adding that the company has maintained a relationship with EAA for more than 50 years, and has partnered with EAA “to make this historic home available to EAA members and aviation enthusiasts in the years ahead.”

Those interested in visiting are advised to contact EAA for more information.

Jim Moore

Jim Moore

Editor-Web
Editor-Web Jim Moore joined AOPA in 2011 and is an instrument-rated private pilot who enjoys competition aerobatics.
Topics: Experimental Aircraft Association, Travel

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