The Camden County Historical Society is comprised of a research library for conducting genealogical and historical research; Pomona Hall, the 18th-century home of Camden County's founding family, the Cooper Family; the Camden County History Museum, the African American History Room, and the Cultural Heritage Center.
The library and the museum are open for tours during regular hours. Tours of Pomona Hall and group tours are available by advance reservation.
The society is open to the public on Wed., Thur. & Fri., 10 am - 4:30 pm; and every Sun., Noon - 3 pm.
Admission is $5 ($4 for seniors and students) and free for CCHS members.
"The mission of CCHS is to collect, preserve and disseminate the history of Camden County in order to serve educational and civic purposes primarily for the Camden County community and secondarily for the Delaware Valley Region."