Membership Options
ROME HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM
200 Church Street Rome, New York 13440

Hours of operations


Tuesday through Friday:

9 A.M. to 3 P.M. 

Saturday:

10 A.M. to 2 P.M.


Phone: 315-336-5870


Free Admission


Education

 

Programs are specifically designed for students and teachers to stimulate interest in our area's rich past. The Rome Historical Society offers two program options:

  • Museum site visit
  • Classroom presentations  include  audiovisual & interactive programs


 



Public and Outreach Programs

 

Each year the Society presents a series of programs, including visits and presentations at businesses, nursing homes and other community organizations.  Feel free to contact us if you are interested in arranging a presentation for your organization.

Become a member or

renew membership:

Our mission: To actively research, collect, preserve, and present the historical importance of Rome, N.Y. and to serve as an educational and community resource.

Or download, print, complete form,

and mail to:

Rome Historical Society

200 Church St

Rome NY 13440


PHONE: 315-336-5870

UPCOMING EVENTS:


Fort Bull Day
May 26, 2018 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm


The Fort Bull Day Fundraiser is to held at the Rome Historical Society, 200 Church Street and will feature historical displays, presentations, tours of the Fort property, and more! This event, which coincides with the annual French and Indian War Weekend at Fort Stanwix, is being hosted by the Fort Bull Research Group and all funds raised will go towards the ongoing preservation of the Society’s Fort Bull property.


Geology of the Oneida Carry

May 31, 2018 at 7 pm

The region of the Oneida Carry is one of the few easily traveled routes from the east coast to the interior of the United States. The Mohawk River has carved this pathway through the bedrock of the Appalachian Plateau that has aided transportation and migration for thousands of years. Fort Stanwix Volunteer Bob Allers will describe the geologic processes that have modified the region and left the landforms we see today. Local rock types will be identified and interpretations of how and where they were formed will be presented. Maps, diagrams, and models will be used to show plate tectonic activity during the Paleozoic Era. Weathering, erosion, and deposition by water and glaciers during the Pleistocene Ice Age will complete the descriptions of modifications that left us with the carry as it appears at the present.


2018 Tour of Homes
July 29, 2018 from 1:00 - 5:00 PM


We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting the very popular Tour of Homes in conjunction with this year's Honor America Days.  Celebrate the return of a beloved summer tradition, previously hosted by the Rome Home. Stay tuned for details!