Date(s) - 06/19/2018 - 06/21/2018
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
What famous jazz musician played a concert at Geneva High School in 1958?
What did Burgess-Norton make during WWII?
Which restaurant in Geneva started out in a boxcar?
Why was there a company in Geneva making disposable cups in 1912?
Join us during Geneva’s Swedish Days festival, Tuesday – Thursday, June 19-21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each hour for a historic trolley ride. This year’s tour will take us to the north and west side of town including Burgess Norton and the post-war and catalog homes near Geneva High School. Learn where Geneva’s newspaper The Geneva Republican and the radio station WGSB/WFXW were located, then learn more when you visit all three of our exhibitions including our Feature Gallery: “In Other Words: The History of Communication in Geneva” with your FREE Museum pass included in a goodie bag full of Geneva coupons and offers from our tour sponsors.
Trolley departs each hour starting at 11 a.m. with the last tour each day starting at 4 p.m. Come to our kiosk on James Street between Third and Second Streets to purchase seats and board the Trolley. Air-conditioned and handicap accessible. $10/person, includes the goodie bag.
All proceeds benefit the Geneva History Museum, an independent non-profit organization with a mission to preserve and share Geneva’s evolving story while inspiring and engaging the community.