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Historic Robert Mills Courthouse

807 Broad St.
Camden, SC 29020
(803) 432-2557

This 1825 building features a copper roof, brick floor, vaulted central hallway, and double arched ceilings downstairs. It survived a fire that raged through Camden in 1827 and burned almost everything. Robert Mills of Charleston was one of South Carolina’s most notable sons and one of the first American-born professional architects. He also designed the Washington Monument and the US Treasury Building in Washington, DC. No longer a courthouse, the building now houses the Camden Welcome Center.