Top 7 Best Places to Visit in Rome, Georgia

Top 7 Best Places to Visit in Rome, Georgia

Rome Area History Museum

The Rome Area History Museum is located in a stunning red brick building just before the Oostanaula River joins with the Etowah, to form the Coosa River.

Historic Clock Tower

Rome Clock Tower, located on Neely Hill (also called Tower Hill), was originally constructed in 1871 as an water tower.

Chieftains Museum

This beautiful clapboard structure was the home Major Ridge, a Cherokee leader, who negotiated the ceding their ancestral land to America.

Appalachian Mountain

The Appalachian Mountains stretch all the way from Alabama up to New York State. They are one the greatest mountain ranges on the planet.

Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum

Although Martha Berry isn’t well-known in Rome, you should still visit the museum that bears her name as well as the farmhouse and grounds surrounding it

Museum of Flight

A visit to the Museum of Flight, which is located in Rome, GA, is one of the most enjoyable things to do.

Lock and Dam Park

It offers one of the best fishing experiences in Rome. Lock and Dam Park are well-known for their fishing expeditions.