- The list below includes 62 free or cheap things to do in or near Beloit, Wisconsin, including 70 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Billiards/Pool Halls, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- From Beckman Mill to Pohlman Field, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Beloit and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Rockford, Loves Park, Janesville and Cherry Valley.
Pohlman Field is home to the Beloit Snappers and offers group tickets to groups of 20 or more, birthday packages for groups of 10 or more, and the option to purchase 'First Pitch' rights to one of the 70 regular season games. There are also picnic packages.
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The Angel Museum is the largest collection of different types of angels located in a pre-renaissance Italian church architecture building with stained glass windows. There is a gift shop and they have regular events, and event hosting in either the large banquet room or the shaded patio.
Founded in 1893, the Logan Museum of Anthropology has long been a teaching museum to the prestigious Beloit College. The museum features historical artifacts, paintings and literary collections that preserve the history of the world's cultures.
Schubert's Luxury 10 Theatre is a family owned and operated 10 screen movie theatre. The theatre hosts both group showings and birthday parties and also features special promotion days on both Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
The Carom Room is a pool hall focused on the pool and darts player that hosts numerous tournaments throughout the year. Tournament games are also streamed online live. The friendly staff also serves food from the kitchen menu.
Founded in 1893, Logan Museum of Anthropology-Beloit College houses a vast and varied collection of artifacts and educational displays. The Museum hosts approximately 15,000 ethnographic and over 200,000 archaeological objects from 129 countries. They also display actual and virtual exhibits.
Located on the campus of Beloit College, the Wright Museum of Art Beloit College is a teaching museum. It has an extensive permanent collection, which it supplements with traveling exhibits and student works.
Home to Lincoln Center and the Hanchett-Bartlett House, the Beloit Historical Society documents and preserves local history. Exhibits at the site include a sports hall of fame, veteran's gallery and memorial, and research library.