Historic Camden

historic camden
222 Broad Street

This 107-acre outdoor museum campus offers a view of South Carolina back-country life during the Colonial and Revolutionary War periods.  The site features two c1825 log houses with exhibits, the restored c1790 Craven House and the restored c1800 McCaa's Tavern. The reconstructed Kershaw-Cornwallis House served as British headquarters during the 1780-1781 Southern Campaign.  Picnic facilities, a nature trail, and a fishing pond are available with admission or membership  A variety of local crafts, books, traditional children's toys and other special gift selections are found in the museum gift shop.  

Historic Camden also owns the Camden Battlefield and Longleaf Pine Preserve, located just a few miles north. 

Monday - Saturday: 10:00 am to 4:30 pm
Sunday: 1:00pm - 4:30
Closed major holidays.

Admission: Tickets are available at the Cunningham House on the Historic Camden campus (222 Broad Street) and at Kershaw & Co. gift shop at the Revolutionary War Center (212 Broad Street).
Self guided tours $10; Seniors / Military/ Youth $8. Guided tours are $20;  Seniors / Military/ Youth $16. Ages 6 and under are FREE.  Guided tours at 10:30 and 2:30 (subject to availability).  Camden Battlefield tours by appointment. 

222 Broad Street, Camden     Located 1.4 miles from Exit 98/1-20 on US Hwy 521 North towards Camden.

(803) 432-9841