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Here are some ideas to inspire your next getaway to Georgia’s Rome:
Oak Hill & Berry College Group Tour
Learn the story of Martha Berry, founder of the Berry Schools. Tour her home place, art collections, and expansive gardens surrounding her estate. Explore the world’s largest college campus featuring a variety of architectural styles, including a complex of English Gothic buildings gifted by Henry Ford in 1925.
River Education Center (ECO) Lunch & Learn
Experience the ecology of Northwest Georgia. Interact with aquatic life and see a diverse variety of native fish species. Learn about the area’s thriving eco system through indigenous plantings and explore the interpretive trails through the wetland area.
Museums Group Tour
Build your visit around a tour featuring Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home, a National Trail of Tears Certified Historic Site; Oak Hill, home of Martha Berry and the Rome Area History Museum, a vital center for local history.
Between-the-Rivers Historic District Group Tour
The site of Rome’s founding in 1834, a tour of this district includes pre-Civil War structures; history and homes of many leading Romans; and two of Rome’s most significant landmarks: City Clocktower, a towering structure on one of Rome’s seven hills, and the Capitoline Wolf, a gift to Rome from Italy in 1929.
Sulzbacher Roman Holiday Riverboat Cruise
Experience Rome by way of the three rivers as you learn about the town’s rich history and diverse ecosystem on this 42-passenger excursion boat March through October.
Cave Spring Village Tour
A quaint village located just outside of Rome offers many points of interest including a natural spring, cave, shopping, dining and historical sites.
Rome Flavor Tours offer a taste of Rome’s culinary scene through a variety of local dishes. Step-on Guide tours can be customized to help you see all the sights and sounds of Rome while learning the stories that make it memorable. Downtown Walking Tours offer a unique perspective for smaller groups looking to explore the town’s storied history.
Arts & Entertainment
Time your visit to see the Rome Symphony Orchestra, the oldest symphony in the South; catch a live theatre production at the historic DeSoto Theatre or Rome City Auditorium; enjoy a show at Georgia’s premier Shakespeare Festival for two weeks in May and June and see award worthy films at the Rome International Film Festival, in November.