Angel Museum

656 Pleasant Street
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-362-9099
TF: 877-412-6435
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Located along the banks of Beloit’s beautiful Riverfront in a renovated historic church, the Angel Museum features more than 11,000 angels from the Berg Angel Collection. The largest privately held collection of angel figurines in the world was verified and documented by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2001. The Museum is also home to the Black Angel Collection donated by Oprah Winfrey. Angels were gifts from her many fans. This one-of-a-kind Museum will provide a unique experience to all who enter its doors. Visitors from every state in the United States and every continent in the World have experienced the goodness of this distinctive Angel Museum. While visiting the Museum, many distinctive gifts and collectibles can be found in the Heavenly Treasures Gift Shop. Lovingly tended by volunteers, the charming gardens will provide a scenic place for guests to sit, relax, and enjoy the fragrant blooms and angel statuary. Groups are always welcome for personalized guided tours and lunch can be served for 20 or more in the Taste of Heaven Café.

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Apple Hut Orchard

3537 S. Duggan Road
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-362-1961

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The Apple Hut offers 17 varieties of apples, a unique gift shop, and a large variety of homemade goods, including apple pies (baked & frozen), caramel apples, cider donuts, pumpkin bread, apple cinnamon bread, apple cider, jams, and honey. Squash, apples by the 1/2 peck, peck, 1/2 bushel and bushel can be picked and/or purchased. A family atmosphere, the orchard also offers hayrides, apple picking, and pumpkins in season!

Beckman Mill

11600 S. County Road H
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-751-1551
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Bring a picnic lunch and sip lemonade by the ‘old mill stream’ while you tour Beckman Mill. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Beckman Mill is one of Wisconsin’s only restored, working gristmills and a certified Travel Green Wisconsin attraction! Built in 1868, the mill has been restored to how it looked and operated in the 1920’s. The Creamery serves as the visitor center & gift shop where fresh ground corn meal and other gifts can be purchased. The 50-acre Rock County Park also features a nature path, the rebuilt dam, blacksmith shop display, a one-of-a-kind fish ladder, and a picnic area with shelter and wildflower garden. Bring your fishing pole and wet a line in the 17 acre mill pond!

Beloit College Observation Deck

700 College St.
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-363-2226
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Explore our galaxy and see billions of stars from the Observation Deck at Beloit College! Observe stars and star clusters, nebulae, galaxies, and planets with the 10-inch telescopes on the roof of the spectacular new Beloit College Center for the Sciences, a LEED certified green building. Free open houses are offered during the academic year – check the Beloit College website for dates.

Beloit Snappers Baseball

2301 Skyline Dr.
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-362-2272
TF: 888-SNAP-2-IT
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Enjoy major league fun at minor league prices at a Beloit Snapper’s game. The Snappers are a class-A affiliate of the Oakland A’s. Fun for the whole family, fireworks and special events and ticket prices are offered throughout the season.

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Historic Auto Attractions

13825 Metric Drive
Roscoe, IL 61073
P: 815-389-7917
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Travel through this unique display where entertainment collides with history in a collection of unbelievable artifacts! Experience American culture with themes of “Turn of the Century”, “Kennedy Day in Dallas”, “Gangsterland”, “Movieland”, “Famous Cars & Stars”, “TV Land” and many more. Check out the Batmobile, John Dillinger’s getaway car, dozens of wax figures, John Wayne and Elvis memorabilia, presidential limousines, and so much more!

Admission Charged
Groups: By Appointment

Logan Museum of Anthropology

700 College St.
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-363-2677
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View artifacts from around the world at the internationally renowned Logan Museum of Anthropology. Displays include Native American baskets, pre-Columbian and pre-historic Native American ceramics and archaeological specimens from the Beloit vicinity. Roy Chapman Andrews is a significant figure in the history of the Logan Museum and is one of the College’s most famous alumnus explorers. Many believe that the popular ‘Indiana Jones’ character was modeled after Andrews!

Free Admission
Groups: By Appointment

Poetry Garden

700 College St.
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-363-2000

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Stroll through this quaint garden or sit and read your favorite book on one of the many specially designed benches at Beloit College’s Poetry Garden. Designed by world-famous public artist Siah Armajani, the 14,000 square-foot garden is located on Beloit College’s elegant tree-shaded grounds next to the Logan Museum. Mr. Armajani is noted for designing and installing bridges, public spaces and free-standing works around the world, including the tower and flaming cauldron for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

Free Admission

Ridgewood Orchard

6420 S. Emerson
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-879-2849

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Opens the day after Labor Day with Paula Red apples for sale! Open Labor Day – October from 9am-5pm. Open November-mid December from 10am-4pm.

Welty Environmental Center

1201 Big Hill Ct.
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-361-1377
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The birds and bees have never been more interesting! Explore the wonders of nature with new eyes and ears as you participate in fascinating nature programs, including the Maple Sugar Festival, Lil’ Eco Buddies, Welty Nature Rendezvous, Grandparents and Grandkids Nature Series, and many more. The center is Travel Green Wisconsin certified and is located next to Beckman Mill at the Beckman Mill Rock County Park.

Admission: Pay per program
Groups: By Appointment

Williams Tree Farm

4661 Yale Bridge Road
Rockton, IL 61072
P: 815-624-7579
TF: 800-423-6635
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Located just minutes from Beloit, Williams Tree Farm is the perfect place for pumpkin picking, pony rides and the annual “Fall Family Fun Days”. Starting in mid-November, old-fashioned holiday fun awaits. Take a horse-drawn hayride through hundreds of acres as you search for that perfect Christmas tree or stay warm in the Cabin Café with a cup of cocoa and choose a pre-cut tree ready to take home. Along with sightings of a real reindeer and other farm animals, Santa arrives on weekends to make your visit a classic holiday memory. The gift shop is full of unique items and features an endless variety of homemade fudge and other goodies. Groups can schedule a wagon tour of the farm or a bonfire outing. The log cabin style lodge with post & beam interior offers a charming place for your celebration or wedding with a seating capacity of up to 300 people.

Restaurant: Seasonal
Groups: By Appointment



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