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Welcome MPI Great Lakes Education Summit Guests

VISIT Lake Geneva is thrilled to welcome you to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and hope you enjoy your stay. If you’re planning to arrive a few days before the start of the GLES Education Summit, we’re happy to provide you with the following list of recommended activities and events to enjoy. A few locations are still working on their November schedules, so check back soon for full details!

Saturday, November 12 | 1pm – 6pm

Join your fellow GLES attendees on this exclusive sampling tour to five of the Lake Geneva area’s finest breweries, wineries and distilleries. *More details and signup information to come.



Adventure Center at Grand Geneva Resort
Get up, get out and move about at The Adventure Center, Grand Geneva’s hub for all things active. Meet us for mountain biking, hiking, disc golf, sand volleyball, slacklining, archery, picnicking and other fall adventure! More >

Dan Patch Stables at Grand Geneva
Trail Rides are offered year round during regular hours by reservation. Our trail guides and gentle horses will allow you to see the beauty of the Wisconsin Countryside in a whole new way! More >

Lake Geneva Scooter Tours
Discover breathtaking views, rolling hills, rustic roads, and lakeside rides all while experiencing the joy of riding a scooter. We provide you with maps of our favorite scooter-friendly back roads to get you out of town and into the scenic spots, or join one of the guided scooter tours and just sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. More > 

Geneva Lake Shore Path
The Shore Path around Geneva Lake offers an up-close view of historic estates and stunning homes with beautifully landscaped yards and gardens. Enjoy some of the best fall color watching from any segment of the shore path. The shoreline of Geneva Lake is approximately 21 miles and several convenient access points around the lake allow you to enjoy the path in smaller segments as time allows. More >

Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy
Enjoy a hike or run along four miles of trails in this 231-acre nature conservancy. Kishwauketoe is home to a variety of ecosystems including prairie, oak woods, kettle, meadow, deciduous forest, an arboretum, and two creeks. Observe the different plant communities and discover where and why they change. A boardwalk and tower enhance viewing. More >

Lake Geneva Ziplines & Adventures
(November schedule pending)
Zipline tours, High Ropes Excursions, hiking and mountain biking trails, customized team building programs – Lake Geneva Ziplines and Adventures has experiences for everyone! More >



Belfry Music Theatre – Back in Time: Huey Lewis & The News Tribute

Back In Time works to recreate the energy and excitement of a Huey Lewis & The News live performance. We guarantee you’ll be singing along with every song as we take you on a trip through the 80’s. A top notch show bringing together all the hits from Huey Lewis & the News and the 80’s. More > 

Fireside Dinner Theatre | Irving Berlin's White Christmas
SAT & SUN, NOV 12 & 13

Based on the beloved film, this heartwarming stage adaptation features 17 Irving Berlin songs. Two World War II Army veterans with a successful song-and-dance act follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters to their Christmas show at a Vermont lodge. With a series of romantic mix-ups and a dazzling score including the perennial title song, White Christmas is an uplifting musical especially loved at Christmas. More > 

Tristan Crist Magic Theatre
(November schedule pending)
Voted the #1 Lake Geneva Thing To Do and show on TripAdvisor, the Tristan Crist Magic Theatre is the area's premiere entertainment option.  Enjoy MAGIC, COMEDY and ILLUSION with award-winning performers. More >

Dancing Horses Theatre
(November schedule pending)
Experience the beauty of The Dancing Horses, as we take you on a magical journey. Experience the pageantry, and elaborate glitter and rhinestone costumes of The Dancing Horses show. Experience what our guests describe as amazing, breath taking, inspiring – and a must see, one of a kind performance! More >

Yerkes Observatory
(November schedule pending)
Yerkes Observatory, the birthplace of modern astrophysics, is an architectural masterpiece on fifty acres of Olmsted-designed ecological splendor. Since 1897, Yerkes has been the home and school to famous astronomers, Nobel prize winners, and renowned scientists. Today, Yerkes is open for public for the first time. More >


Questions? Our Visitor Information Center team is ready to help! Available daily from 10am to 5pm, you can reach us by:

Phone - call us at (262) 248-4416
Email - send us an email at 
In Person - visit our Information Center at 201 Wrigley Drive, Lake Geneva (MAP)