There are so many things to do and see in Beloit you may have a difficult time deciding where to start. The riverfront offers a chance to quietly stroll along the Rock River or enjoy Music and Movies at Harry’s, the Harry C. Moore pavilion. The riverfront is also the scene for Beloit’s Riverfest, Southern Wisconsin’s premier four day music and food festival, bringing big name bands to the beautiful shores of the Rock River, just one of the reasons Beloit is a one of a kind Wisconsin destination
. Also on the river, you’ll find a celebration of Beloit’s heritage done in wall size art. Be sure to see those Ironworks Murals and while you’re in the area visit the Angel Museum. It has the largest privately held its one of collection of angels in the world including a collection donated by Oprah Winfrey. History comes alive and is open to the public at the Beckman Mill. Restored to the way it was in the 1920’s, it’s one of the only restored, working gristmills in the state. The annual Beloit International Film Festival draws film makers and rave reviews from all over the country and since Beloit is home to Beloit College there are numerous cultural opportunities with an anthropology museum, art gallery plus visiting lecturers and performers. In addition, the Beloit-Janesville Symphony Orchestra performs several times during the year. Beloit is bustling with Wisconsin events
and activities year round and all wrapped in a hometown atmosphere. It’s time for you to Visit Beloit.
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