Visit to Merced County Courthouse!
The Merced County Courthouse is the noteworthy district courthouse in Merced County, California. Situated at the convergence of W. 21st and N Streets in Merced, the building served as Merced County’s courthouse from 1875 until 1975. A. A. Bennett, a draftsman who likewise took a shot at the California State Capitol, planned the building.
The building’s engineering is novel inside the southern Central Valley; in its National Register designation, the courthouse was called “the best case of the Italian Renaissance recovery staying among Sacramento and Los Angeles”
The building is currently an exhibition hall of neighborhood history known as the Merced County Courthouse Museum that is worked by the Merced County Historical Society. Displays incorporate the Superior Courtroom, a memorable schoolroom and blacksmith shop.
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