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Rome Historical Society & Museum

200 Church St, Rome, NY 13440-5827
+1 315-336-5870
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Free admission.

New exhibits showing our local heritage and remarkable history. Open 9-3 Tuesday-Friday and 10-2 on... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2017
MacKenzie H
via mobile
A Gem

As local niche museums go...his one is worth going to see. Plenty of early American history... read more

Reviewed 18 August 2017
Queensbury, New York
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17 Aug 2017
“A Gem”
11 Aug 2017
“Treasure for city of Rome, NY”
200 Church St, Rome, NY 13440-5827
+1 315-336-5870
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Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

New exhibits showing our local heritage and remarkable history. Open 9-3 Tuesday-Friday and 10-2 on Saturday.

Thank MacKenzie H
Reviewed 18 August 2017

As local niche museums go...his one is worth going to see. Plenty of early American history occurred in Rome, especially when it was a Fort Stanwix.

Thank MikeyBoy12804
Reviewed 12 August 2017

We are from PA and are researching our family history. None of us are from Rome, however, our parents were married there. The Historical Society was helpful in obtaining the information and indeed, the stained glass windows from the original church are in the Museum....More

Thank joeisle17
Reviewed 11 April 2017

this is a delightful trip down memory lane to all thing Roman. They continually update exhibits! A wonderful auditorium for presentations and great staff for anyone wanting to do research- they are so helpful!

Thank cgondek111
Reviewed 22 July 2016 via mobile

The museum walks you through the years that Rome has existed - Native American settlements, Indian Wars, Revolutionary War, Erie Canal, modern manufacturing, and Griffiss U.S. Air Force base. It is an interesting museum with some unique artifacts. It's not slick or new but it...More

1  Thank Dawn M
Reviewed 25 May 2016

Perfectly located adjacent to Ft Stanwix. Interesting artifacts illuminate area history from before the American Revolution to the 20th century.

1  Thank RonL40
Reviewed 24 September 2015

A fascinating look at Rome and Oneida County history; easily accessible at the Old Post Office downtown

Thank marylandleap39
Reviewed 17 September 2015

There are some very interesting American artifacts and history in this little museum. The staff was very informative and helpful

Thank ETTravelerHouston
Reviewed 31 August 2015

If you are visiting Fort Stanwix National Monument, going over to the Rome Historical Society and Museum, just makes sense. They have a lot of display items and it goes hand in hand with Fort Stanwix Fort Schyler park. It's not that far out of...More

Thank schees1
Reviewed 8 May 2015

Worth seeing because it shows you a window to Central NY, plus right across the street is the site of the Unknown Soldier for the Revolutionary War. You can walk from Fort Stanwix right to this place

1  Thank Sgt76
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