List of Courthouse Buildings in The United States

List Of Courthouse Buildings In The United States

There are numerous courthouse buildings in the United States that are significant for their architecture and historical association with events such as important trials.

U.S. Federal courthouses are also listed at List of United States federal courthouses. Some older courthouses are List of the oldest courthouses in the United States. This list is intended to include all of those and all other notable state and local courthouses, including all that are listed individually on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) or other historic registry.

Courthouse name Image City, State Description or other
Alpine County Courthouse Markleeville, California Built in 1928, NRHP-listed
Alamosa County Courthouse Alamosa, Colorado NRHP-listed
Adams County Courthouse (Colorado) Brighton, Colorado NRHP-listed
Adams County Courthouse (Idaho) Council, Idaho NRHP-listed
Adams County Courthouse (Indiana) Decatur, Indiana NRHP-listed
Allen County Courthouse (Indiana) Fort Wayne, Indiana NRHP-listed and a U.S. National Historic Landmark
Adair County Courthouse (Iowa) Greenfield, Iowa NRHP-listed
Allamakee County Courthouse Waukon, Iowa NRHP-listed
Adair County Courthouse (Kentucky) Columbia, Kentucky NRHP-listed
Allen Parish Courthouse Oberlin, Louisiana NRHP-listed
Alpena County Courthouse Alpena, Michigan NRHP-listed
Aitkin County Courthouse and Jail Aitkin, Minnesota NRHP-listed
Adair County Courthouse (Missouri) Kirksville, Missouri NRHP-listed
1938 Lincoln County Courthouse Pioche, Nevada NRHP-listed
1841 Goshen Courthouse Goshen, New York NRHP-listed
Broome County Courthouse Binghamton, New York NRHP-listed
Alamance County Courthouse 125px Graham, North Carolina NRHP-listed
Alleghany County Courthouse Sparta, North Carolina NRHP-listed
Adams County Courthouse (North Dakota) Hettinger, North Dakota NRHP-listed
Allen County Courthouse (Ohio) Lima, Ohio NRHP-listed
Adams County Courthouse (Ohio) West Union, Ohio
Alfalfa County Courthouse Cherokee, Oklahoma NRHP-listed
Adair County Courthouse (Oklahoma) Stilwell, Oklahoma NRHP-listed
Multnomah County Courthouse Portland, Oregon NRHP-listed
1724 Chester Courthouse Chester, Pennsylvania NRHP-listed
Adams County Courthouse (Pennsylvania) Gettysburg, Pennsylvania NRHP-listed
Allegheny County Courthouse Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania NRHP-listed as Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail. Important architecturally; designed by Richardson
Abbeville County Courthouse Abbeville, South Carolina NRHP-listed
Allendale County Courthouse Allendale, South Carolina NRHP-listed
1915 Taylor County Courthouse Abilene, Texas NRHP-listed
1911 Kinney County Courthouse Brackettville, Texas NRHP-listed
Albemarle County Courthouse Historic District Charlottesville, Virginia Historic district is NRHP-listed
Adams County Courthouse (Wisconsin) Friendship, Wisconsin NRHP-listed
Courthouse name Image City, State Description or other
Adams County Courthouse (Iowa)
Adams County Courthouse (Mississippi) a Mississippi Landmark
Amarillo United States Post Office and Courthouse Amarillo, Texas NRHP-listed
Amite County Courthouse Liberty, Mississippi NRHP-listed
Anderson County Courthouse (Kansas) Garnett, Kansas NRHP-listed
Anderson County Courthouse (Texas) Palestine, Texas NRHP-listed
Andrew County Courthouse Savannah, Missouri NRHP-listed
Androscoggin County Courthouse and Jail Auburn, Maine NRHP-listed
Antelope County Courthouse Neligh, Nebraska NRHP-listed
Antrim County Courthouse Bellaire, Michigan NRHP-listed
Appanoose County Courthouse Centerville, Iowa NRHP-listed
Appellate Division Courthouse of New York State New York, New York NRHP-listed
Appling County Courthouse Baxley, Georgia NRHP-listed
Archer County Courthouse and Jail Archer City, Texas NRHP-listed
Arkansas County Courthouse—Northern District Stuttgart, Arkansas NRHP-listed
Arkansas County Courthouse—Southern District De Witt, Arkansas NRHP-listed
Armstrong County Courthouse and Jail Kittaning, Pennsylvania NRHP-listed
Aroostook County Courthouse and Jail Houlton, Maine NRHP-listed
Ashe County Courthouse Jefferson, North Carolina NRHP-listed
Ashland County Courthouse Ashland, Ohio NRHP-listed
Ashland County Courthouse Ashland, Wisconsin NRHP-listed
Ashtabula County Courthouse Group Jefferson, Ohio NRHP-listed
Assumption Parish Courthouse and Jail Napoleonville, Louisiana NRHP-listed
Atascosa County Courthouse Jourdanton, Texas NRHP-listed
Atchison County Courthouse Atchison, Kansas NRHP-listed
Athens Courthouse Square Commercial Historic District Athens, Alabama NRHP-listed
Athens Governmental Buildings Athens, Ohio NRHP-listed
Atkinson County Courthouse Pearson, Georgia NRHP-listed
Attala County Courthouse and Confederate Monument Kosciusko, Mississippi NRHP-listed
Audubon County Courthouse Exira, Iowa NRHP-listed
Auglaize County Courthouse Wapakoneta, Ohio NRHP-listed
Augusta County Courthouse Staunton, Virginia NRHP-listed
Aurora County Courthouse Plankinton, South Dakota NRHP-listed
Austin United States Courthouse Austin, Texas NRHP-listed
Avery County Courthouse Newland, North Carolina NRHP-listed


Others
  • Old U.S. Customshouse and Post Office and Fireproof Storage Company Warehouse, served as a courthouse, in Louisville, Kentucky

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