This 107-acre outdoor museum complex puts emphasis on the period surrounding the British occupation of 1780. Several structures dot the site, including the 1789 Craven House, the Blacksmith Shed, and the Kershaw House, a reconstruction of the circa-1770 home of Camden's founder, Joseph Kershaw, which also served as Cornwallis's headquarters; it's furnished with period pieces. A nature trail, fortifications, powder magazine, picnic area, and crafts
shop are also here. Guided tours are available.
U.S. 521, 1½ mi north of I–20, Camden, South Carolina, 29020, United States