Doing anthropology since 1894.
Logan Museum access
The museum is open to Beloit College students, faculty, and staff Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., or before 11 a.m. by appointment. Non-campus visitors should contact museum staff for visit inquiries.
The Logan Museum of Anthropology is a teaching museum of Beloit College. The collections are central to the curriculum of Beloit College and the museum has served as a student laboratory and center of experiential learning since its founding in 1894.
Student involvement through the Anthropology Department, Museum Studies Program, museum assistantships, Curating & Communicating Career Channel, field opportunities and course integration of collections make the museum a unique learning resource.
The Logan Museum is free and open to the public.
The Logan Museum is located in Beloit, Wisconsin, at the corner of College Street and Bushnell Street. From I-90 take exit 185A (Hwy 81 - Milwaukee Road) and follow signs to Beloit College. For navigating campus, refer to physical maps throughout campus or digital campus maps available online.
Beloit College is located on the ancestral territory of Indigenous peoples, and we respectfully acknowledge the Potawatomi, Peoria, Miami, Meskwaki, and Ho-Chunk people who have stewarded this land. We are settlers on this land and recognize that colonialism is an ongoing process that must be disrupted. Museums, and in particular anthropology, are complicit in constructing and perpetuating inequalities, erasures, injustices, dispossession, and misrepresentations that continue to oppress and marginalize Indigenous peoples.