The Lake Geneva area is one of Wisconsin’s most popular tourist destinations with a wealth of attractions. From historic to one-of-a-kind, Lake Geneva has plenty of reasons to visit—and plenty more reasons to come back.
Geneva Lake Cruises
Join the 130-year-old tradition of touring Wisconsin's second largest (and second deepest) lake. Sail aboard Lake Geneva Cruise Line's historic reproductions reminiscent of the steamboats that once traveled this very lake. Take a luncheon cruise or the famous Mail Boat Tour, the only mail delivery of its type in the country. Seasonally, for over 130 years, it has departed each morning with an adventurous Mailperson who leaps off the boat onto residents' piers, deposits mail and grabs outgoing mail, and jumps back aboard. The only catch is, the boat never stops!
Watson Wild West Museum
Ten minutes from Lake Geneva, you can visit the Wild West -- in the Midwest. Visit the general store packed with cowboy memorabilia, drink an ice cold sarsaparilla (root beer) in the saloon, and even pan for gold at this unique General Store. Open from May through October.
East Troy Electric Railroad
A short drive from Lake Geneva, you can ride a historic trolley along Wisconsin's last original electric railroad line. Dining trips, a gift shop and exhibits are also available. Open seasonally from May to October.
Visit the world's largest refracting telescope at this research branch of the University of Chicago's Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics.
Aerial Adventures is now open in Lake Geneva. This facility features zip lines, climbing towers and a vertical playground boasting 12 different climbs. Open April to October daily.
Jelly Belly Candy Company
Americas Action Territory
One of the Midwest's finest indoor and outdoor family entertainment complexes! With 11 acres and a 25,000 sq ft indoor facility with a multitude of activities for all ages, this affordable family fun park is second to none. Action Territory is an amazing place to take the family year around with both indoor and outdoor attractions that everyone can enjoy. Attractions include:
- Bumper Cars
Animal Gardens/Dancing Horse Theater
-- Exotic Wildlife Show
-- The Enchanting World of the Dancing Horses
Paradise Golf Park
Paradise Golf Park, an exciting, challenging, 18-hole miniature golf course just two blocks from downtown Lake Geneva, is located on one acre of beautifully landscaped grounds with exquisite cascading waterfalls. This uniquely contoured course with multi-colored greens can be enjoyed by everyone, from the novice to the most experienced player.
Lake Geneva Lanes
Lake Geneva Lanes located in the midst of the most popular resort town in the Midwest. Enjoy Southeastern Wisconsin's premier family fun center with the latest technology in bowling. They offer year round entertainment for the whole family. No matter what your age or experience we have something for you-from first time bowlers to league veterans. The Pro Shop features all major brands of bowling balls, shoes, specialty bags as well as general supplies for all bowlers.
Apple Barn Orchard and Winery
Apple Barn Orchard and Winery features an open orchard and a farm where you can pick your own strawberries, apples, and pumpkins when they are in season. They grow and sell 12 popular varieties of apples such as Honey Crisp and Cortland. The Apple Barn also makes all of their own apple cider and fresh cider donuts.
This Corn Maze at nearby Fairwyn Farm offers 15 acres of challenging fun. Walk through the twists and turns of the maze by day, or at night by the light of a glow stick. Special events include Halloween walks and our NFL Rivalry corn mazes depicting team logos, as seen on Monday Night Football!
You can also explore the local Lake Geneva area filled with everything from Wisconsin cheese-coated popcorn to hand-thrown pottery and specialty boutiques.
For more information about Lake Geneva, visit the Lake Geneva Area Convention & Visitors Bureau website or call (262)248-4416.