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  • 26th Feb 18

    Remarkable Women of Geneva Lake Tour

    Sunday, May 13 – 12:30pm to 4:00pm  – aboard the Geneva Departs from the Riviera Docks, 812 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva  $48 per adult/$46 per senior/Yth-Child $34 plus tax. Reservations required.  Treat Mom to a celebration of the remarkable women of Geneva Lake while taking a voyage with Lake Geneva Cruise Line to Black Point, an 1888 Queen Anne Victorian lake “summer cottage.”  This narrated boat tour will focus on many of the remarkable women that lived along the shores

  • 26th Feb 18

    Beer Baron’s Beer Cruise

    Saturday, June 16/Saturday, July 21 & Saturday, August 11 aboard the Geneva  5:30pm-8:30pm  Departs from the Riviera Docks, 812 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva Adults $65/Seniors $63 plus tax – includes beer tastings, snacks and souvenir beer mug. Enjoy an early evening cruising Geneva Lake while learning about the history of beer barons that vacationed and lived along its shores.  This program will highlight the evolution of the brewing industry in Milwaukee and Chicago with a local flavor.  This tour will

  • 25th Feb 18

    Nooks and Crannies Tour – Black Point Estate

    Fridays, June 15 – August 31 -10:30am-2:00pm (as part of the regular Black Point Tour) Adults $44 – Seniors $42 – Yth/Children – $34 plus tax.  Reservations are required – limited capacity. This tour covers some of the behind the scenes areas of the estate including the basement, third floor, root cellar and brief walk along the shore path.  This tour also includes a view of the tower but due to safety does not include access to the top of

  • 23rd Feb 18

    When Angels Carried Them Away: Mourning in the Victorian Era

    Friday, October 5 & Saturday, October 6 – 5:30-8:30pm Friday, October 12 & Saturday, October 13 – 5:30-8:30pm Adults $44 – Seniors $42 – Yth/Children $34 plus tax – reservations required – limited capacity. Victorians embraced death as a cause for elaborate ritual.  During this era (1876-1915) the ritual of death became increasingly sophisticated and the period saw the development of the modern cemetery, morticians and public funerals complete with floral arrangements and hearse transportation for the deceased.  This program