Visitor Guide

Cultural in Rome, Ga.

Historic DeSoto Theatre

530 Broad Street, Rome, GA

In early 1928 O. C. Lam, the owner of Lam Amusement Company, laid plans to construct a new movie theatre in downtown Rome, Georgia. Lam […]

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Keys to Rome

PO Box 1433, Rome, GA

Dates: May 6 – July 9 Downtown Rome Locations: 5th Ave., Cotton Block, 4th Ave., Town Green, 6th Ave. Scavenger Hunt Post cards & Prizes: Downtown […]

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Labyrinth of Rome

402 Civic Center Drive, Rome, GA

The Labyrinth of Rome was created as an adaptive reuse of what originally was an amphitheater built by the Works Progress Administration in the 1930s. […]

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Rome Area Council for the Arts

PO Box 203, Rome, GA

RACA is a non-profit arts organization that works to enrich the community by providing advocacy and support for area artists and organizations through programming, education, promotion and outreach.

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Rome Area History Museum

Rome Area History Museum

305 Broad Street, Rome, GA

As a vital center for local historical research, the Rome Area History Museum preserves, interprets, and exhibits collections portraying the history of Rome and the surrounding area.

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Rome Symphony Orchestra

21 John Maddox Drive, Suite C, Rome, GA

Founded in 1921, the Rome Symphony Orchestra is the oldest symphony in the South. The RSO offers various performances and events throughout the year.

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Rome-Floyd County Library

205 Riverside Pkwy NE, Rome, GA

The Rome-Floyd County Library offers access to genealogical/historical databases, children’s programming, public computers and more.

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Rome’s Own Musical Ensembles

Rome’s Own Musical Ensembles offers a variety of musical talents under the R.O.M.E. umbrella, including the NW GA WINDS and the Clocktower Jazz Ensemble, with performances spanning the year.

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