Falmouth’s Georgian styled court house was originally built in 1817.The court house which stands in Falmouth today is actually a replica, built after the original structure was destroyed by a fire in 1926. Today it serves as the court house, town hall and parish council building

The building is an excellent example of Georgian architecture, with
-jalousies
-shingled walls
-Tuscan columns
-fanlights
-double staircase

In Falmouth’s heyday this elegant building was the venue for many of the events attended by the town’s wealthy elite.