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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
Spring & Fall | Weekdays | 10 AM - 4PM

Circus World General Admission

It’s time to laugh, be happy, and feel moved to dream once again. The beautiful big top has risen to host electrifying entertainment all summer long under a canvas sky of blue.Circus World proudly welcomes everyone home to the birthplace of the Ringling Bros. Circus.

Purchase at Circus World when you arrive!



Coming Soon! Tickets available for purchase online in advance of visit.
Old World Wisconsin | Summer Season | Thu - Sun  | 10 AM - 4 PM

Old World Wisconsin General Admission

Unplug and experience firsthand the daily life of Wisconsin's early immigrants. Old World Wisconsin includes 60 beautifully restored historic structures on over 600 acres of picturesque landscapes.

Purchase at Old World Wisconsin when you arrive!



Coming Soon! Tickets available for purchase online in advance of visit.
Wisconsin Historical Museum, Thursday through Saturday, 11am - 3pm

Wisconsin Historical Museum General Admission

Discover the stories of Wisconsin’s rich history through artifacts and exhibits. The Wisconsin Historical Museum shares the stories behind Wisconsin’s heritage through exhibits featuring Native Nations and Tribes, the immigrant experience, frontier life, agriculture, industry, politics, and more. Admission is free. Donations are welcomed.
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