Kaminski House Museum

1003 Front ST

Georgetown, SC 29440

Phone: (843) 546-7706

City: Georgetown

Region: Coastal & Islands

Kaminski House Museum

The Kaminski House was built in 1769 and contains an outstanding collection of 18th- and 19th-century American and English antiques and decorative arts. Interesting examples of the work of Charleston's cabinetmakers of the 1800s are featured here. The last owner, Julia Kaminski, gave the house and its contents to the City of Georgetown in 1972 to be used as a house museum in memory of her husband, Harold Kaminski, and his mother, Rose Kaminski. The Museum offers a number of programs, such as a decorative arts lecture series and the popular "Made in the Shade" concert series.

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