Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, is a resort city famed for its Gilded Age Mansions, local beaches and its association with the popular role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons. The 19th-century Black Point Estate and Gardens was once the summer home of Conrad Seipp, the Chicago beer baron. Today, it houses authentic Victorian furnishings in a Queen Anne-style mansion. The Geneva Lake Museum showcases local artefacts housed in a historic waterworks. Flat Iron Park offers lakeshore views and seasonal live entertainment events.

In the heart of town, visitors can explore the Dungeon Hobby Shop Museum, Gary Gygax Memorial and Birthplace of D&D, all associated with the creation of Dungeons & Dragons. The Tristan Crist Magic Theatre hosts regular magic shows. The Animal Gardens Zoo offers up-close animal encounters. Yerkes Observatory offers the chance to use grand telescopes and astronomy exhibits dating to the 19th century. For adult enjoyment, the Studio Winery and Geneva Lake Distilling offers local spirits and vintages.

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    Lake Geneva is a fun town settled by the eponymous lake that offers a wide variety of attractions, from aquatic adventure to landmarks and activities that let you stay dry. Swimming, fishing, and boating by the lake are the primary attractions, but you'll also find water parks, cinemas, and even winter-themed art installations that you can travel through. Many of the...

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