Tours require a 24 hour advanced registration. Please call 608 868 7772 to schedule y
Group and Individual tours are available year-round. Please see below for details.
Tours last approximately 1 hour in length
TOURS BY APPOINTMENT Labor Day through Memorial Day, Wednesday - Friday.
We do not offer weekend tours during our winter season.
Due to staffing, please call in advance of your arrival to ensure that we are able to secure a docent.
Minimum of 24 hours advanced notice is required.
We cannot guarantee we will be able to accommodate walk in tours.
WALK IN TOURS WELCOME Memorial Day through Labor Day, Tuesday - Sunday 10 am - 3:00 pm.
LAST TOUR BEGINS AT 3:00 PM
(Closed on Father's Day & 4th of July)
Guided tours of the museum start at the top of every hour.
Due to an increase of visitor ship, we recommend calling the museum the day you plan to come for a tour to ensure availability. Tour times do sell out, and we are often unable to update guests of a sold out tour on our website or social media. You can call 608.868.7772 to verify your time.
Adults - $10
Seniors - $8
Youth - $6
Under 5 - FREE
Milton Historical Society Members - FREE
Military Veterans - $2 off admission price
AAA members - $1 off admission price
Interested in receiving your tour for free? Be sure to ask at the front desk about becoming a member TODAY!
SCHOOL, BUS AND R.V. TOURS ARE WELCOME! GROUP PRICING AVAILABLE.
Groups larger than 10 will need to schedule an appointment by calling (608) 868-7772. Maximum of 75 guests per group tour.
Your hour-long tour of the Milton House includes a detailed account of Milton's past. Established in 1838, Milton was a community ahead of its time. Founded on progressive ideals, the community was known for its abolitionist mindset and belief in social equality.
The Milton House has the distinction of being the last, certified Underground Railroad Station in Wisconsin that can be toured.
Our guest will be able to walk the very path of history as they travel through the same secret passageway that ushered freedom seekers to shelter on the Underground Railroad.