January 29 - February 7
The Baker House will be transforming their lakefront garden into a winter wonderland featuring their 5th annual 'FIRE & ICE LOUNGE'. Festivities will coincide with the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Competition and will officially begin Thursday, January 29th at sunset with the ringing of the mansion bell-tower and ceremonial first run of the vodka ice luge.
The brilliance of the 'Fire & Ice Lounge' will become heavenly with the appearance of 'Ice Angels' serving fireside drinks in cups made entirely of ice and for those who prefer something a little less chilly, there will be signature hot toddy's to sip while cozied up on fur covered benches near crackling fire-pits or in the "heated spectators lounge".
"This year's icy extravaganza promises to be the most spectacular event yet, with a custom carved Ice Bar, created by Guinness Book record holder and international award winning artist Max Zuleta.
-Mystery Cocktail Party & Dinners
Immerse Yourself in History, Mystery & Suspense
Check Back here for Dates beginning in April
Cabaret Show Series Begins Again in June
Our Cabaret series features an amazingly talented cast of singers, dancers, musicians & entertainers. Guests can enjoy a delectable prix-fixe dinner at the lakefront Baker House 1885 & a 50 minute Musical Cabaret show performed in the Crystal Ballroom at Maxwell Mansion 1856 ( located just 1 block away). The new 1880's Apothecary Bar and Garden Lounge provides cocktail service before, during & after all shows. There are two performances performed nightly with both combination dinner or show only options;
Three Course Dinner at the Baker House & Musical Show $60.++ per guest / Show Only $28++
** Cabaret and Murder Mystery Perfomances
Are Performed at Maxwell Mansion 1856
(located 1 block from Baker House)
for 15 - 150 guests
~ Please also consider our beautiful historic "Sister Property" ~
Recently acquired by the owners of the luxury Baker House 1885, this historically significant Italianate Mansion offers an exquisite and historic location for your important day. Built in 1856, the Maxwell Mansion was the first mansion built in Lake Geneva and has long been host to dignitaries and socialites over its history and is now available for your historic event. Comfortably accommodating up to 150 guests, with an intimate library, fire-lit receiving room, crystal laden ballroom, perennial gardens with fountain, 1880’s Apothecary Bar and 1920’s Speakeasy Lounge, the Maxwell Mansion is a dream location for weddings and celebrations of all sizes. There are also 26 completely renovated sleeping rooms in the Historic Mansion & "barn urban" Carriage House.