Codebreakers on the Fox: Geneva’s Secret Role in World War I

The year was 1917 and “The Great War” was raging in Europe. In sleepy Geneva, an eccentric tycoon and a team of codebreakers were about to change forever the way the United States, and its allies abroad, would communicate in secret.

World War I: A Forgotten American Legacy

Though it pushed the United States onto the world stage, World War I also left unresolved numerous ethnic, religious and geopolitical conflicts still facing us today. A century later, Jon McGinty examines its legacy in our region.

Midway Village Museum: Watch History Come Alive

Whether you visit the history museum indoors or the Victorian village outdoors, this impressive history museum provides many chances to engage with the stories of our region.

Geneva’s Incredible Fabyan Estate

The estate built by the late George and Nelle Fabyan has played many roles: a country getaway, a renovation project for Frank Lloyd Wright, the nation’s first private research lab, and, most recently, a public park.