23 Chateau Drive, Rome, GA, US, 30161

  • Phone: (706) 232-6055
  • Fax: (706) 232-6110
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  • Arts & Museums

    »Rome Area History Museum

    Exhibits at this history museum focus on the Civil War, the Cherokee Indians, cotton, and commerce. A Gone With The Wind exhibit is also featured which includes photos, collectibles, and costumes from the book and movie.

    305 Broad Street
    Rome, Georgia 30161

    »Chieftains Museum (Major Ridge Home)

    Chieftains Museum, or Major Ridge Home is a historic home located in Rome, Georgia. The two story structure was built in 1792 for Major Ridge, a Cherokee leader, in what was Cherokee country in those days. Now in use as a local history house museum, it features artifacts and exhibits relating to the local Cherokee culture and traditions. The museum is also a significant part of the Cherokee Trail of Tears National Historic Trail and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

    501 Riverside Parkway
    Rome, GA 30161

    »Chieftains Museum, The

    An official site on the National Parks Service Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, this museum is the oldest historical landmark building in Rome which was built as a frontier log cabin in 1794. American Indian artifacts, photographs, furniture, and artwork tell the story of Rome as a river town and its role in the Antebellum South and the Civil War.

    501 Riverside Parkway Northeast
    Rome, Georgia 30162

    »Eubanks Museum & Gallery

    The world travel collection of J. Robert Eubanks is featured at this natural history museum and gallery that features personal artifacts from around the world, including trophy animals from Africa and India, as well as an extensive collection of Early American hardware, Native American pottery, tools, and hunting items.

    315 Shorter Avenue
    Rome, Georgia 30165

    »Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum

    The Oak Hill and The Martha Berry Museum was the home of Martha Berry, who was one of the founders of the Berry College. The Oak Hill is a charming farmhouse spread over 170 acres (68 hectares) of land. Now functioning as a museum, its collection includes paintings as well as portraits of renowned people. There is a gift shop available as well. This property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    24 Veterans Memorial Highway
    Rome, GA 30161

    »Polk County Historical Society Museum & Gardens

    Located in a building which was designed by Neel Reid, a famous Georgia architect, in 1924 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this museum is dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of Polk County and showcases displays of early artifacts of industrial, Indian, and domestic items. Exquisite and colorful gardens surround the building.

    205 North College Street
    Cedartown, Georgia 30125
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