| Late Victorian|
5 July 2006
| City of Darlington MRA|
| Along portions of S. Main St. Pearl St., Public Sq. and Exchange St., Darlington, South Carolina|Darlington Downtown Historic District Wikipedia
Darlington Downtown Historic District is a national historic district located at Darlington, Darlington County, South Carolina. The district encompasses 21 contributing commercial buildings in the central business district of Darlington, and built between about 1870 and 1935. The one, two, and three-part commercial buildings exhibit typical turn-of-the-20th century building styles, with brick detailing and, in some cases, cast-iron storefronts. Notable buildings include the Smith Building, Hill Building, Coggeshall Building, McLellan's Dept. Store, Wolfram Building, Jewel's Deluxe Cafe, Coleman Building, Manne Buildling, "The Darlington News" Building, and Bank of Darlington.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.