The Jefferson Township Museum on registry as the George Chamberlain House is located in the historic Milton Village section of the township. The museum is a representation life in the late 1800's. Tours are conducted by costumed docents the first Sunday of each month. From July to October, the museum is featuring "Something Borrowed Something Blue...Wartime Weddings" which is a display on all floors of gowns, uniforms and memorabilia. Museum Christmas weekend is always the first weekend of December. Miss Elizabeth's Garden, affectionately named after the first bride of the house reflect the era and is labeled for self-touring. The kitchen serves as a gift shop with local and unique items. The location of the museum on the banks of the Russia Brook lend itself to a lovely afternoon experience.