Camden-Jackson TWP. Library and Museum

183 W. Main St.
Camden, In.  46917

Visit our web site –
Library Hours
Tuesday – Friday
2pm – 6:30pm
The library is closed on Sunday & Monday Check out the library for a great selection of books and family videos!
The Camden Museum
is located on the second floor of the library.

Library Director:
Tamara Gibbs
Library Clerks:
Jean Beamer
Pam Robison
Katie Zootman

Camden Museum
183 West Main Street
Camden, Indiana 46917

Located on the second floor of the Camden Public Library, the Camden Museum opened in 1986. It began as a Community Improvement Project for the Camden Literary Club and has grown to four rooms of memorabilia, which tell the history of the town, its school, and its businesses. The curtain from the Camden Opera House, turn-of-the century opera clothes, a land grant signed by President Martin Van Buren, and school trophies and pictures dating back to the first graduating class of 1899 provide a glimpse of life over the years in this small town. The building housing the library and museum is also a treasure. Designated as a National Historic Landmark, it has been lovingly restored by the town’s citizens. The stately brick building represents Italianate architecture and was built in 1869.