FREE "ROME AREA HISTORY MUSEUM" CLOCK TOWER TOUR!
FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH: MARCH - NOVEMBER 12:00 noon until 1:15 p.m.
COME ENJOY THE LITTLE MUSEUM INSIDE THE TOWER AND CLIMB THE 107 STEPS TO THE "TOP OF THE CLOCK"!
Event is CANCELED if it is rainy weather - due to City of Rome ordinance.
Local Museums Partner to Promote Native American History
The Rome Area History Museum, in partnership with Chieftains Museum / Major Ridge Home, has a new exhibit on display.
These exhibit panels, that will now be on display at the Rome Area History Museum, explore early Native American life in the Floyd County area, including a model of a 16th century Native American village and information about Hernando de Soto’s travels through the southeastern United States from 1539 to 1542. Featured in the exhibit is a 16th century replica Spanish sword and helmet created by Bob Harris. The sword is a replica of the sword hilt found by the rivers locally.
Also, Please check out the "Coca-Cola" man's blog for February... a nice article about the museum and our Coca-Cola collection! Click on the link below:
Check out the Rome Area History Museum (Featured on the Cover)
in the Fall 2012 edition of Enjoy! Magazine!