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Rome, GA Attractions

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For more information on more attractions, visit www.RomeGeorgia.org. When you’re in town, stop by our Visitor Center located on Turner McCall Boulevard, across from Applebee’s. Staff from Rome Sports and our ambassadors, Rome REPS, will be on hand at the tournament and will be happy to assist you. Prior to your arrival in Rome, if you have any questions, please call Ann Hortman, Rome Sports:  706-295-5576 or email ann@romegeorgia.org

Mt. Berry Square Mall is adjacent to the Rome Tennis Center. Shopping, food court, multi-screen movie theatre. Food:  Auntie Anne's Pretzels, Chick-fil-A, China Max, Great American Cookie Co, Japan Café, La Michoacana, Milano’s Pizza.

Restaurants within 1 mile: Arby’s, WOW Wings, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Waffle House, Landmark, Zaxby’s, Wendy’s, Schroeder’s New Deli, Roma Mia, Bella Roma.

Attractions close by

Oak Hill & the Martha Berry Museum – ancestral home and museum of Berry College’s founder

Berry College – world’s largest contiguous college campus with 27,000 acres and miles of hiking and biking trails (paved and mountain biking)

Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home  – Cherokee Indian history

Downtown Rome – Rome Area History Museum, shopping, dining, historic Clocktower and the Capitoline Wolf statue. Miles of paved trails along our riverways.

Etowah, Oostanaula and Coosa Rivers – Rent a canoe, kayak or tubes and explore our three rivers.

ECO Center – Learn about Rome’s three rivers and aquatic life including an aquarium of river fish

Civil War sites throughout the County

Myrtle Hill Cemetery – located downtown, this cemetery is the final resting place for 20,000+ Romans – and many interesting stories. A free mobile app tour is available.

Tour Downtown Rome via mobile app - a fun, interactive gamification tour is available.