Rome Historic High Country

Escape the metropolitan rush in Rome. The stately Oak Hill/Martha Berry Museum is not only beautiful, but holds an amazing story of Appalachia; excitement abounds during a Rome Braves game; and Cherokee heritage comes to life at the Chieftains Museum. When you come to Rome, stay for a visit or stay forever – you’re always welcome.
  • Robert Redden Footbridge, Rome, Ga

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Few cities can compare to the natural beauty and charm of Georgia's Rome. Tucked in the foothills of the ancient Appalachian mountains, Rome is a city that has reverently preserved its past while embracing its future.

Throughout the decades, this classic city has grown in sophistication to become a unique portrait of Southern heritage and hospitality. Rome has a strong arts community, a passion for history and a respect for the three gentle rivers winding through the heart of the city.

Our attractions, historic sites and natural beauty are tempting, but what really stands out are the people – the smiles – the Southern hospitality that offers an open invitation.

Whether you are visiting to shop for antiques or to hike our rich mountain trails, you will never forget "where the rivers meet and the mountains begin!"

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402 Civic Center Dr.
Rome, GA 30161

From Atlanta - Distance: 70.0 MI/112.65 KM NORTH WEST to Hotel Shuttle Charge (one way): $ 75.00 USD Right on I-75 North to Exit 290; left on Route 20 until you reach a dead end. Left and mmediate right onto ramp Highway 411/20. West on Highway 20/411 to 411 South. Right 411 south to WalMart Super Center on the right. The hotel is one mile on right . From Chattanooga - Distance: 70.0 MI/112.65 KM SOUTH to Hotel Shuttle Charge (one way): $ 100.00 USD I-75 South to Exit 312. GA 53 South to Rome approx 20 miles to GA Loop 1. Left at Loop 1 to Hwy 411. Right at 411 1 mile. Hotel on right.

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