Halton is a small village and is also a civil parish within Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England about 2 miles from Wendover and 5 miles from Aylesbury. It features a Royal Air Force (RAF) training station, RAF Halton. The village has a church called St Michael & All Angels.
Halton Community Combined School is a mixed primary school, which takes children from the age of four through to the age of eleven. The school has approximately 170 pupils.
The Wendover arm of the Grand Union Canal flows through Halton on its course from Wendover to join the Grand Union beside Marsworth lock near Tring.
In the Chiltern Hills above Halton is Halton House a country house which is currently used as the main Officers' Mess for RAF Halton. It was originally built for Alfred de Rothschild in 1880.
The nearest railway station is Wendover which is on the Chiltern Railways line between Aylesbury and London Marylebone (via Amersham). Journey times to London are under an hour.
Halton gave its name to the Handley Page Halton, a cargo version of the Halifax bomber.