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Family-friendly tours

September 23, 2013 | 08:25 AM

Family excursions, tours and festivals with children specifically in mind. Walking lake tours, which start at different locations and stop at the most prominent estates, with a shuttle back to the original drop off point. Sailing excursions (like the boats of Gage, but pollution free). Illuminations of flat iron with a nighttime light show, and year round decoration of the entire park's trees with thousands of lights! Yerkes Observatory location in Lake Geneva, that mimics the big domes, and allows a HD video feed at a smaller location to be viewed by visitors year round, and put a few interesting installations in the science museum in Lake Geneva, like Tesla Coils or a 3D movie that plays year round in a small theater.

Troy A. Dyer


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