We invite you to come dig up some historic adventures during Beloit Heritage Days – September 9-11, 2022.

Be ready for more historic adventures during Beloit Heritage Days – September 9-11, 2022.
The Beloit Heritage Days Passport will guide you on your history-hunting trek throughout Beloit as you explore over 15 free events & historic sites over the three day celebration. Come delve into the rich and fascinating history of the people who made this beautiful place along the Rock River their home. Over 12 organizations together to offer an exciting weekend of learning, hands on activities, tours, and other fun activities for the whole family.
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Schedule of Events  (more will be added later in 2022)

“If This Land Could Talk” | Beloit Heritage Days Weekend

If this land could talk it would tell you about the people that cared for it, revered it, cried for it, dreamed of it, and shaped it over the millennia. […]

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Nature At The Confluence, 306 Dickop Street
South Beloit, IL 61080 United States
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Optional Self-Guided Walking Tours

  • Near East Side Historic District Walking Tour takes you by stylish homes of prominent citizens from the 1800s. Guide: bitly/beloiteast
  • The Bluff Street Historic District – Beautiful, historic homes along Bluff Street  Guide:  bitly/beloitbluff
  • Oakwood Cemetery, 1221 Clary St, Beloit, this historic cemetery has fascinating headstones and mausoleums and beautiful war memorial sculptures.
  • “Beloit: A River Runs Through It” a brand new tour book of Beloit history along the Rock River. This 56-page guide features 17 locations. $10 – Available at Beloit Historical Society, 845 Hackett St, Beloit.
  • Water Spirit Mound at Totem Park, 1998 Totem Rd; This small park has two Native American Indian Mounds, one is a 157 ft. “water spirit”. Then head into the woods to take a walk on Moccasin Trail, the original Native American Indian Trail along Turtle Creek.