Visitor Guide

Heritage & History in Rome, Ga.

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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Oak Hill Cemetery

Oak Hill Cemetery

Riverside Pkwy NE & W 2nd St , Rome, GA

Oak Hill Cemetery, also known as the West Seventh Avenue Cemetery, was designated as Rome’s first cemetery in 1837. Many of the town’s prominent citizens […]

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Opera Alley

Opera Alley

Opera Alley was a walkway adjacent to the Nevin Opera House at 321 Broad Street. The opera house, which opened in September of 1880, was […]

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Robert Redden Bridge

Robert Redden Footbridge

This former Central of Georgia Railway swing bridge crosses the Oostanaula River in downtown Rome. Standing at the point where the Oostanaula and the Etowah come together […]

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Rome Area

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-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 - Floyd Visitor Center

Rome-Floyd Visitor Center

402 Civic Center Drive, Rome, GA

The Rome-Floyd Visitor Center is your resource for experiencing the best of Georgia’s Rome and surrounding areas!

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West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail

West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail Learn about the West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail through the stories that connect our communities. Mill villages recall a time where everyone […]

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