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1900 Park Boulevard, Camden
Library and Museum: Wed-Fri: 10-4:30; Su: noon-3
Pomona Hall: Su: 12-2 or by appointment
Admission: $5 (members free)
Pomona Hall. Pomona Hall is a notable example of an eighteenth century Georgian residence. One of the principal historic sites in Camden County, the house is notable for its fine interior detailing and architectural elements. Pomona Hall was associated with the Cooper family, pioneer Camden settlers. The house is able to be viewed during a one-hour guided tour.
Museum. Renovated and reopened in 2016, the museum tells the fascinating story of Camden City and County's history through artifacts from the Society's collection. The centerpiece of the museum is an original RCA Nipper window.
Library. The library is the most complete archival collection of information on Camden City and County.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Camden County History Tour