Greater Rome Convention & Visitors Bureau

Meetings & Groups

Whether you are planning a convention, board meeting, staff retreat, reunion, wedding or sports tournament, the experienced staff of the Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau will assist you at no cost. With easy access between Atlanta, Birmingham, and Chattanooga, Georgia’s Rome is the perfect meeting location for your next event and was officially recognized by ConventionSouth magazine on their 2015 list of the “Rising Destinations For Meetings.” Rome is a family-friendly community. We have quality facilities, affordable lodging, exceptional services & amenities that ensure meeting success.

An event strategy is only a phone call away. Call 800-444-1834 and ask to speak with your specialized event coordinator today:

Thomas Kislat (Meetings/Conventions)

Debbie Galloway (Group Tour/Religious)

Ann Hortman (Sports)

Georgia’s Rome facility guide: View online

Complimentary services include:

  • Personal coordination of your event
  • Information on facilities, hotels, attractions, restaurants, entertainment & transportation
  • Hotel & facility availability & rates
  • Site visits
  • Referrals for needed goods & services
  • Customized tours with step-on guides, including recreation & specialized itineraries for delegates/spouses
  • Accommodations for your large groups’s driver
  • On-site visitor assistance
  • Welcome packets & gifts for  attendees
  • Convenient mobile app and site with Georgia’s Rome Visitor Guide:


  • Oak Hill & the Martha Berry Museum: AAA Diamond Rate
  • Berry College Campus: World’s largest – 28,000 acre
  • Chieftains Museum – Major Ridge Home: National Trail of Tears Certified Historic Site
  • Between the Rivers Historic District
  • Rome Area History Museum
  • Myrtle Hill Cemetery: Burial site of Ellen Axson Wilson, wife of Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States
  • Veteran’s Memorial Plaza: Tomb of America’s Known Soldier
  • Cave Spring
  • Capitoline Wolf
  • Clocktower
  • Rome Little Theater
  • Rome Symphony Orchestra: Oldest Community Symphony in the Southeast
  • Roman Holiday: 45-Passenger excursion boat
  • And many more

Professional Sports

  • Rome Braves Baseball: Minor League Class A Affiliate of the Atlanta Braves

Accommodations / Restaurants / Shopping

  • 860+ guest rooms
  • 200 locally owned & national chain restaurants
  • Mount Berry Square Mall
  • Broad Street Shopping District: Locally owned shops, antiques, restaurants & entertainment
  • Riverbend Center

Outdoor Recreation

  • Stonebridge Golf Course: One of the top 100 public golf courses in the United States – Top 10 in Georgia
  • Rome/Floyd Tennis Center: 16 lighted hard courts in the downtown area, 38 additional public courts available throughout Rome
  • Walking & bike trails along Rome’s three rivers
  • Winshape Wilderness: Challenge ropes course
  • Fishing, canoeing, boating, etc.
  • Skeet shooting
  • Horseback riding


  • Russell Regional Airport

Award Winning Services:

Rome Selected for 2015 Top 10 List of “Rising Destinations for Meetings” by ConventionSouth magazine.