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Black Point Estate & Gardens, Saturday July 24, 6 - 8pm

Beer and Brats with Conrad Seipp

Enjoy a picnic dinner and conversation with Conrad Seipp, 19th-century beer baron and the original owner of Black Point Estate and Gardens
$26.00
Black Point Estate & Gardens | Mon - Sunday | 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM

Black Point Estate & Gardens General Admission

Enjoy the fresh lake air and tour the elegant Victorian estate of Chicago beer baron Conrad Seipp. After enjoying a scenic boat tour of beautiful Geneva Lake, a guided tour takes guests through the grounds of Black Point Estate & Gardens.

All general admission is booked through the

Lake Geneva Cruise Line Box Office

$45.00
Black Point Cookbook

Black Point Estate and Gardens Cookbook

Explore dozens of historical recipes with the Black Point Estate and Gardens Cookbook, and maybe add your own twist to make the recipe uniquely your own!
$15.00
Black Point Legacy

Black Point Legacy: 1888-2005

Designed by Adolph Cudell and built in 1888, Black Point is a unique late Victorian Queen Anne residence. For generations, it was the summer home of one family until 2005. Now open to the public, with furnishings and decorations virtually intact, the house is a national treasure. This book, written by Anne Celano Frohna, tells the story of the Seipp family and the house at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Copiously illustrated. Details below.
$20.00
Black Point Estate & Gardens, once a month, 6 - 7:30pm

Legends and Landmarks of Lake Geneva Walking Tour

Put on your walking shoes and explore stories of fascinating people and places during this engaging 90 minute, 1.5 mile guided tour through Lake Geneva's beautiful and historic downtown and Maple Park neighborhoods.
$10.00
Black Point Estate & Gardens | October 2, 9,  & Sep 16 | 5 - 6:30pm

Oak Hill Cemetery Walking Tour

Explore Lake Geneva's historic Oak Hill Cemetery hear stories of the lives of some of the city's former residents.
$15.00
Black Point Estate & Gardens | June 1 through September 15 | Tuesday - Sunday | 6 - 8pm

Picnic at the Point

Enjoy our gardens and veranda for your own private picnic at Black Point Estate & Gardens. This package includes a 20-minute overview of the site, six bottles of Seipp beer, and private use of the gardens and veranda for two hours. Come and enjoy gentle lake breezes and experience summer living like a beer baron. With a little bit of luck, we’ll also throw in a great sunset!

To register, call (262) 248-1888 at least 24 hours in advance.


$200.00
Seipp's Beer Stein

Seipp's Beer Stein

Seipp's Hollander Beer was made from 1908 and 1919 in Chicago, Illinois. by Conrad Seipp, who later moved to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Drink a modern beer in this retro stein.
$49.95
Seipp's Best Mug

Seipp's Best Mug

Large mug great for beer or coffee featuring vintage Seipp's advertising slogan. Put one in the freezer in advance of a cold beer!
$10.00
Seipp's Boot Shot Glass

Seipp's Boot Shot Glass

Seipp's Hollander Beer was made from 1908 and 1919 in Chicago, Illinois. by Conrad Seipp, who later moved to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Celebrate this historic brewer and pour out with this boot shot glass.
$7.00
Seipps Bottle Opener

Seipp's Bottle Opener

Crack open your favorite Wisconsin beer with this novelty beer bottle opener.
$6.00
Seipp's Hollander Beer Shirt

Seipp's Hollander Beer Shirt

Seipp's Hollander Beer was produced between 1908 and 1919. During this time, the brewery coined the phrase "Drink Hollander Beer!" Wear a great piece of beer and Wisconsin history with this shirt!
$25.00
Black Point Estate & Gardens | October 2, 9,  & Sep 16 | 11am -12:30pm

Sordid and Scandalous Lake Geneva Walking Tour

As Halloween approaches, put on your walking shoes and explore the mysteries of Lake Geneva in this engaging 1.5 mile, 90 minute guided tour.
$15.00

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