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Kaminski House Museum

Kaminski House Museum

Built in 1769, the Kaminski House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the western anchor of the Georgetown Historic District. Located in the heart of historic Georgetown, SC, the Kaminski House was built on a bluff overlooking the Sampit River. The house is typical of the Lowcountry “single house” architecture style and has the narrow ends of the building facing the street and the river. As is typical of single houses, the main entry door is located midway down one side of the building. Named for the last private residents of the house, Julia Kaminski gave the house to the City of Georgetown in her will when she died in 1972. Today, the museum is run as a public/private partnership, with the non-profit Friends of the Kaminski House managing the property.

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