Milton House Museum

Milton House Museum {170 years old}

The Milton House Museum is owned and operated by the Milton Historical Society. The Milton House is one of forty-one National Historic Landmarks in Wisconsin.  It is also nationally recognized as a stop on the Underground Railroad (UGRR) and is still the only UGRR site in Wisconsin that can be toured.

Hours of Operation:  OFF SEASON

CLOSED MONDAYS, OPEN Tuesday-Friday from 10am to 4pm

ALL TOURS ARE BY APPOINTMENT,

DROP-IN TOURS NOT AVAILABLE DURING THE OFF SEASON

Guided tours only -- No walk-throughs.

Our tour is handicap accessible.

 



Our tour is an hour long guided tour though the 1844 Milton House Hexagon Stagecoach Inn, 45 foot long tunnel connecting to our 1837 Goodrich Pioneer Cabin, and much more.

During our off season (September- May) we are closed on Mondays and tours are by appointment only.



Donate

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.

68th Annual Pioneer Dinner

& MHS Annual Meeting

Presentation: "The Life of Brother Joseph Dutton"

By Patrick Lynch

Ira Barnes Dutton attended Milton Acedemy/Milton College, he was a Quartermaster in the Civil War with the 13th Wis, after the war he becomes Brother Joseph Dutton a missionary devoted to his work in a leper colony. 

March 1, 2015 at NOON

Tickets for Dinner & Presentation: $10 for Members

$15 for non-members or $5 for just the program

Please call for tickets:  608.868.7772

This event is held at the Milton Historical Society, 18 S. Janesville Street, Milton