Miami County Courthouse
You can have your day in court…..
Combining Greek and Roman architecture with five cast iron domes, the Miami County Courthouse stands as one of the tallest structures in the county, towering 185 feet above the Great Miami River. Completed in 1888, and patterned after the U.S. Capitol dome, this is one of five such major cast iron domes in the U.S. The top of the building is adorned with a copper statue of justice surrounded by bronze statues. Inside, the dizzying heights of the dome are adorned with colorful visages representing cultures from around the world, frescoed plaster ceilings & arches ornamented with representations of local agricultural produce, marble wainscoting, and mosaic tile along with brilliant wood work, making the inside of this structure a unique architectural treasure. Open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. Guided tours for groups available. Contact the Miami County Visitors Bureau.
215 West Main Street