Pomona Hall-Camden County Historical Society
Pomona Hall was the 'Big House' of an 18th-century plantation worked by African slaves and indentured European servants. The mansion was built in 1726 and presently is the home of the Camden County Historical Society. The society has restored the building to match its appearance during the American Revolution and operates a small regional history museum and archive in the building.
Backstory and Context
Public tours of Pomona Hall are available by advance reservation.