Robert Mills Courthouse

607 Broad ST

Camden, SC 29020

Phone: (803) 432-2525

City: Camden

Region: Midlands

Robert Mills Courthouse

Designed by Robert Mills c. 1825 according to his own plans, the building is headquarters for the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center. The Sporting LIfe Gallery has displays and exhibits that chronicle the importance of the sporting life to the history and economy of Kershaw County.

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