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The actor portraying young Mr. Pratt was awesome and powerful in his part of the role-play as we toured the milton house. The tour was short about 15 minutes, but very well done--perhaps in the future more history can be added.
This place is a must see for any history buffs , civil war buffs , civil rights activists/ enthusiasts. It was a very surreal experience to actually walk through the tunnel that the slaves were smuggled through . Milton house has recently been authenticated as...More
Had never been to the Milford house before, recently heard about it and decided to check it out. Took some friends with us from Long Island NY and we enjoyed the very informative tour by our Milford house tour guide. Learned quite a bit about...More
Milton highlight includes the Milton House. Take the tour and learn about the history of the concrete structures. The slave hideout was a highlight of a tour. Please take your kids they will love the dug out tunnel and the log cabin.
Made a special trip to the Milton House Museum today because I was interested in the Underground Railroad but our tour guide was a novice and ruined the experience for us. The guide needs to be more educated and professional
I recently found out about the Milton house and wanted to visit to learn more about the Underground Railroad. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and engaged well with the children who were visiting. We saw the rooms that were used ( bedrooms, dinning room,...More
We visited this attraction with my parents and my kids and it was very enjoyable. I enjoyed hearing all the history of this place and area. Walking through the tunnel the slaves stayed in and moved through was a bit claustrophobic and creepy. The history...More
This is definitely well worth the visit if ever in this area! Very difficult to understand how we can be so cruel to each other...delighted to see we crossed racial lines to be HUMAN, COMPASSIONATE & CARING!