Milton Abbey occupies probably the most beautiful setting of any church in the county of Dorset, resting in a natural amphitheater surrounded by wooded hills, seemingly miles from anywhere.
It is predominantly 15th century, though the porch is earlier, now being clasped by the south aisle.
The windows of the north aisle were acquired at the Dissolution from the abbey cloisters and moved bodily up the hill, complete with their delightful corbels, which includes a carving of a bagpipe player.
In the church are two beautiful panels of early 16th century paintings showing the Apostles. These also came from Milton Abbey.