Milton House Museum

Wisconsin's Last Underground Railroad Station that can be toured

The Milton House-National Historic Landmark is recognized by the National Park Service's Network To Freedom as the last, certified Underground Railroad station that can be toured in Wisconsin. The Milton House operated as a stop on the Underground Railroad or "UGRR" from its construction in 1844 through the Civil War. At the Milton House,v isitors have the rare opportunity to walk the very pathways of freedom when visiting this unique structure.


If you would like to make a donation to the Milton House Museum, you may do that online through PayPal.  You may also send checks to PO Box 245, Milton, WI 53563.

Hours of Operation

Summer Hours

Memorial Day-Labor Day

Open 7 Days A Week, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Drop-in Tours Welcome! Tours will start on the hour and half-hour.
For groups larger than 8, please call 608-868-7772

Tours are fully guided though the 1844 Milton House Hexagon Stagecoach Inn, 45 foot long tunnel connecting to our 1837 Goodrich Pioneer Cabin, and much more. Average tour time is one hour.

General Admission:
Adults- $8.00
Seniors (62+)- $6.00
Youth (5-17)- $4.00
Children (under 5)- FREE

Milton Historical Society Members- FREE

Guests with MHS Member- 1/2 Price

Discounts are available for AAA members,

members of Rock County historical societies

 and active military personnel.

Checks and Credit Cards accepted 
(Discover, Visa, MasterCard)

Milton Historical Society Office Hours:
Tuesday-Friday:  10am to 4pm
All Tours & Research By Appointment
Please call  (608) 868-7772