The Apothecary Bar is located in the Maxwell Mansion in Lake Geneva. It's open on most weekends throughout the year, It's just as the name implies, an old school apothecary with test tubes and beakers and decorated authentically for the 1920's. There's a gorgoeus outdoor space with lights stringing and comfortable furniture. This is a fun bar and you'll often find patron dressed in 1920's attire, which adds to the experience.
The Maxwell Mansion is a European style Inn located 1 block from Geneva Lake. Recently acquired by the owners of the luxury Baker House, this historically significant Italianate Mansion offers clean and charming rooms for both overnight accommodations and extended stay vacations. All beautifully appointed rooms have private spa bathrooms and luxurious finishes. The Inn boasts an intimate library, fire-lit receiving room, crystal ballroom, perennial gardens, 1880's Apothecary Bar and 1920's Speakeasy, all of which are available for unique events, family reunions and corporate retreats. Murder Mystery events and Cabaret Shows are offered periodically thoughout the year.
Built in 1855, this mansion, originally named The Oaks, was among the first summer homes built in the area. It was first occupied in 1856 by Dr. Phillip Maxwell, a prominent Chicago surgeon and real estate prospector, and at the time, was lakefront property on Geneva Lake. This historic mansion is a Lake Geneva treasure!
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