Henry County Court House

Henry County Court House

Henry County was named for Patrick Henry. In 1843, the county seat settled permanently in Cambridge, Illinois. A grand Victorian structure of brick and stone the courthouse was completed in 1880. It stands three stories tall and features oak and black walnut woodwork throughout the courthouse. The second-floor courtroom contains oak panels; fireplace, antique jury, and court reporters chairs, and a judge’s bench. Its grandest feature is the eighteen-foot-high ceiling that features a mural created by Frank Dirkson of Cambridge, Galva, Geneseo, and Kewanee. It is one of the finest courthouses in Illinois.

 

307 West Center Street
Cambridge
Illinois
61238
Monday thruogh Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Group Tours by Appointment
309 937-3530
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Henry County Court House