Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau

Heritage & History in Rome, Ga.

Admiral Towers Plaza

601 Broad Street, Rome, GA

Admiral Towers Memorial Plaza is dedicated to the memory of Admiral John Henry Towers, native Roman and “the Father of Naval Aviation.”

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America’s Known Soldier

194 Myrtle Street, SW, Rome, GA

Veterans Plaza at Myrtle Hill Cemetery The centerpiece of this plaza is the tomb of America’s Known Soldier, Charles Graves, which is guarded by three […]

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Berry College

2277 Martha Berry Highway, Mount Berry, Ga

Founded by Martha Berry in 1902, Berry College sits on the world’s largest college campus and boasts historic buildings and homes.

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Capitoline Wolf

Capitoline Wolf

601 Broad Street, Rome, GA

The Capitoline Wolf with Romulus and Remus stands in front of historic City Hall on Broad Street in downtown Rome. The statue was an official […]

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Cave Spring Cave

Cave Spring Cave

Cedartown Street, Cave Spring, GA

Step back in time when Cave Spring’s natural limestone cave was being created, with its impressive stalagmites and legendary “Devil’s Stool” formation. You’ll welcome its […]

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Cave Spring Visitor Center

Cave Spring Visitor Center

4 Rome Road, Cave Spring, GA

A small village 10 miles southwest of Rome with a picturesque town square and a mix of specialty shops and restaurants.

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Cave Spring’s Rolater Park

Cedartown Street, Cave Spring, GA

The Cave Step back in time when Cave Spring’s natural limestone cave was being created, with its impressive stalagmites and legendary “Devil’s Stool” formation. You’ll […]

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City Clocktower

East Second Street, Rome, GA

The clocktower, the official symbol of Georgia’s Rome, was built in the 1870’s and is popular with both residents and visitors.

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Darlington School

1014 Cave Spring Road SW, Rome, GA

Founded in 1905 by John Paul and Alice Allgood Cooper, Darlington School has grown to become one of the leading independent day and boarding schools […]

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Downtown Rome Guided Walking Tours

300 W 1st St, Rome, GA 30161, Rome, Ga

Downtown Rome’s Guided Tours offer unique insights into Rome’s storied past. Each downtown tour is unique where tour groups are led through Rome’s historic downtown to […]

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Duke Museum of Military History

110 East 8th Ave , Rome, GA

The Duke Museum of Military History is dedication to preserving the military history of past generations for the education of future generations. See artifacts and weapons […]

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Ellen Axson Wilson Statue

The bronze statue stands at the east end of the Chief John Ross Memorial Bridge that crosses the Oostanaula River from West Third Street to […]

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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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Historical Markers Guide

Rome’s historical markers help document our history and give you insights into our culturally rich heritage. Rome is full of stories from our early Native American beginnings, […]

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Jackson Hill Trail System

402 Civic Center Drive, Rome, GA

Historic Jackson Hill was the location of Fort Norton, an earthen fortification system which defended Rome during the Civil War. During the Great Depression, the […]

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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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Myrtle Hill Cemetery

20 Myrtle Street, Rome, GA

If you are looking for the historic, surreal, quintessential southern cemetery, Myrtle Hill is it.

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