The hexagonal-shaped Milton House was opened in 1844 as a stagecoach inn by Joseph Goodrich, and is one of the oldest standing poured grout buildings. It was a stop on the Underground Railroad, with a tunnel connecting the Milton House to a log cabin. Now a National Historic Landmark, the Milton House also has two Wisconsin Historical Markers on the property - one for the Milton House itself and one for Storrs Lake, where Brigadier General Henry Atkinson and 4,500 soldiers camped overnight in their pursuit of Black Hawk in 1832.
TOURS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY LABOR DAY THROUGH MEMORIAL DAY.
- Things for Kids
- Things for Teens
Admission Fee: Cost
Hours: Walk in tours June 11 through Labor Day: Tuesday - Sunday, 10 AM - 3 PM; Labor Day to June 10 (Fall/Winter): Tours by appointment Wednesday - Friday 10 AM- 2 PM. Closed on holidays.
Address: 18 S Janesville St - Milton - WI, 53563
Phone: (608) 868-7772