Visitor Guide

Downtown 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.”

Learn More

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 […]

Learn More

As Time Goes By Garden

East Second Street, Rome, GA

The As Time Goes By Garden celebrates the changing of the seasons throughout Rome and dedicated to a woman who has been constant in her […]

Learn More

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 […]

Learn More

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.

Learn More

Dr. Robert Battey Monument

Dr. Robert Battey Monument

601 Broad Street, Rome, GA

Erected in 1921 by the Medical Association of Georgia in memory of famed Rome druggist and civil War surgeon stands on the lawn of Rome […]

Learn More

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 […]

Learn More

Firefighters Memorial Plaza

601 Broad St, Rome, GA

The memorial plaza honors all firefighters, past and present, in recognition of the public service these men and women provide to protect our community. The […]

Learn More

Freedom Garden

607 Broad St, Rome, GA

The Freedom Garden is dedicated to the demonstrators of The Civil Rights Movement of Rome and was dedicated on December 8, 2007. The garden shares […]

Learn More

Guided Group Tours

Book a Georgia’s Rome tour with one of our local guides; personalized based on your needs. Tours offered include Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Civil War History, […]

Learn More

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 […]

Learn More

Historical Markers Self-Guided Tour

601 Broad Street, Rome, GA

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, […]

Learn More

Memorial Magnolias

Memorial Magnolias

20 Myrtle St SW, Rome, GA

Following the World War, thirty-four Magnolia seedlings were planted at Myrtle Hill cemetery. Each seedling was a memorial to one of the thirty-four young men […]

Learn More

Myrtle Hill Cemetery

20 Myrtle Street, Rome, GA

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

Learn More

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 […]

Learn More

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 […]

Learn More

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 […]

Learn More

Roman Rose Trolley

About Roman Rose The Roman Rose attractively maintains the nostalgic look of a traditional 1850’s trolley with arched windows and interior wood benches and paneling. […]

Learn More