Sightseeing in Beloit


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  • Logan Museum
    Logan Museum in Beloit houses a wide array of art and culture. Come see them today on a trip through this refined museum. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    700 College St
    Beloit, WI US
  • The Milton House
    According to historic record, no parts of the Underground Railroad are documented to have been located underground, except one. And that is where Milton House comes into play. Built in 1844 by Joseph Goodrich, an inn owner known for his stance against slavery, the structure’s underground tunnel led to a basement that became a safe place where runaway slaves could rest and hide away from prying eyes before finishing their journeys. Today, the hexagon-shaped building stands as one the oldest poured-concrete structures in the United States. Tours and exhibits send guests back in time to learn about Wisconsin’s role as a Northern state before the Civil War and how the Goodrich family secretly operated its safe haven.
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    18 S Janesville St.
    Milton, WI US
  • L'atelier
    Respect cultural heritage when you visit L'atelier's museum in Janesville. Sit down for a savory meal at their in-house restaurant. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    509 Laurel Ave
    Janesville, WI US
  • Creative Framing
    When life affords you a little free time, check out the cultural artifacts at Creative Framing in Milton. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    5805 North West Rotamer Road
    Milton, WI US
  • Midway Village and Museum Center
    Established in 1968, Midway Village Museum embodies a sprawling, 137-acre time capsule. Within the museum’s 27 fully functioning, Victorian buildings, exhibits tell the story of Rockford since its incorporation in the early 19th century. Throughout the years, the town has made history as the progenitor of the sock monkey, the launching point for aviator Bert Hassell, and home of the Rockford Peaches—an all-female baseball team fictionalized in the film A League of Their Own, though the real squad neither played in the 1943 championship nor battled a CGI dragon. Other attractions amid the barns, blacksmiths, and general stores include a dollhouse museum and a meticulous archive of Rockford’s long, proud history in the furniture industry.
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    6799 Guilford Rd
    Rockford, IL US
  • Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum
    Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum is a Victorian-era time capsule, containing within its Swiss-style architecture more than 10,000 objects representing the furniture, artwork, and clothing of the Tinker family. Between the main estate, the barn, the carriage house, and 27 acres of rolling gardens, the museum possesses enough history to attract locals, tourists, and even the producers of Syfy's Ghost Hunters, who recently filmed a segment at the house. Daily guided tours sweep through the grounds, which include a pre-Columbian Native American conical mound, as well as the site where Rockford was founded 4,000 years ago.
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    411 Kent St.
    Rockford, IL US

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