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Opening Hours

We are currently open from 29th March to 8th December 2024.  Our visitor hours are Wednesday to Sunday (as well as bank holiday Mondays) from 2 – 5pm, with last entry at 4.30pm.  

All of our visitors are offered a guided tour and advance bookings for tours starting at 2pm, 3pm & 4pm can be made online via the link below:

https://book.txgb.co.uk/v4/Pages/Availability.aspx?exl_psn=MiltonsCottage&exl_dn=aaa_mywebsite&exl_lng=en-GB&exl_cur=GBP

As a small venue, we recommend that groups visit outside of our regular opening hours by prior arrangement.  Please click here to find out more. 

PLEASE NOTE THAT ON SUNDAY 16TH JUNE, FROM 3-5PM, WE WILL BE READING SHORT EXCERPTS FROM ULYSSES IN MILTON’S COTTAGE TO CELEBRATE GLOBAL BLOOMSDAY.

Group Visits

Milton’s Cottage is the perfect destination for a group visit and we are delighted to cater for parties of varying sizes and interests.  

So that all of our visitors can enjoy the intimate ambience of Milton’s Cottage, we recommend that groups of 8 people or more book with us in advance.  As Milton’s Cottage is a 16th century farm workers cottage, with limited space, our maximum group size is 25 people (or up to 50 if the group is able to divide into smaller groups to visit our garden, the local village or St Giles church).

A visit to Milton’s Cottage usually lasts between 60-90 minutes.  If your group is planning a full day trip to the area, we would be happy to suggest other local visitor attractions as well as cafes, restaurants and pubs in the village.  We are happy to provide contact details and any other information to help make your group visit an enjoyable and enriching experience.

To enquire about making a booking, please telephone us on 01494 872313 or fill in the group booking enquiry form here

Access Information

We want all of our visitors enjoy their experience at Milton’s Cottage.  Wheelchair access can be provided if you contact us in advance of your visit, and assistance dogs are welcome throughout the museum.  If you require any further information, please call us on 01494 872313.

Contact Details

Milton’s Cottage, 21 Deanway, Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire HP8 4JH

01494 872313

info@miltonscottage.org

Directions

Public transport

  • Chiltern Rail from Marylebone, High Wycombe or Oxford to Gerrards Cross, then the 104, 106 or 107 bus to Chalfont St Giles
  • Chiltern Rail from Marylebone or Aylesbury to Chalfont & Latimer or Amersham, then the 106 or 107 bus to Chalfont St Giles
  • Metropolitan line to Chalfont & Latimer or Amersham, then the 106 or 107 bus to Chalfont St Giles
  • If travelling by bus, the 104 service stops right outside Milton’s Cottage.  For the 106 or 107 service, please alight at the London Road stop and from there it is a 5 minute walk to Milton’s Cottage (walking down Pheasant Hill, past the duck pond, village green and shops until you reach Milton’s Cottage on Deanway)

Private transport 

Take the A413 to Chalfont St Giles, turn into the village at the double mini-roundabout by Wheelhouse Vets, through the village, some 75 metres past the last shop is Milton’s Cottage.

Parking information

There is a free visitor’s car park behind Milton’s Cottage for cars and mini-buses but coach parking must be arranged in advance by email or telephone.

Prices

Adults – £7.00
Concessions (students, universal credit & retired) – £6
Children under 16 – free
Carers – free
Parties of 15 or more – £6.00 per person

In the Area

When visiting Milton’s Cottage, why not take some time to wander around Chalfont St. Giles, one of the loveliest villages in the Chilterns?  As well as great pubs, cafes and restaurants there is a Norman church, village green, duck pond, old almshouses, and the River Misbourne – a rare chalk stream – running tranquilly through.

Close by is the Chiltern Open Air Museum and the small village of Jordans – home to one of the oldest Quaker meeting houses in the country and famous as the last resting place of William Penn and his family.

The Chalfont St. Giles village website has a detailed visitor information guide about the local area which can be viewed online here.

www.chalfontstgiles.org.uk