Myrtle Hill Cemetery is the second oldest cemetery in the city of Rome, Georgia. The cemetery is at the confluence of the Etowah River and Oostanaula River and to the south of downtown Rome across the South Broad Street bridge.Plan to visit Myrtle Hill Cemetery and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Rome attractions using our Rome online trip itinerary planner.
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Sadly we couldn't due too much exploring here due to flooding but it was a pretty amazing place to see.
Sadly we couldn't due too much exploring here due to flooding but it was a pretty amazing place to see. more »
We walked around this cemetery during the day and enjoyed reading the old tombstones and admiring the views from the top. We also went up one night to see Rome lights from a different perspective. It.... more
We walked around this cemetery during the day and enjoyed reading the old tombstones and admiring the views from the top. We also went up one night to see Rome lights from a different perspective. It.... more »
Great place because of it's history and gorgeous monuments. You can see long distances from the top, including all of downtown Rome.
Great place because of it's history and gorgeous monuments. You can see long distances from the top, including all of downtown Rome. more »
What a cool experience. Lots of history. The top of the terrace was beautiful to see the city from. The stairs were very steep, make sure to wear good grip shoes! You can also drive up. There are parking at the mausoleum. I imagine spring time would be more beautiful with the foliage.
Went here on a visit with my Daughter....we went on a cold December day. This place would be stunning in the fall. The top of cemetery has great views of downtown Rome and it's three rivers. It is hilly so ware some comfortable shoes. The cemetery has tons of photo opportunities so allow enough to fully see it.
ONE of Our most viewed visited Historical Area in ROME GA LIVING closer than Many Has Made Me even more Appreciated The Rested Here has Workers to upkeep The Graves of MANY well Known People buried HERE ,, Joggers Every now and then people in all walks of Life Has come here By plane 🛬 foots cars trolley 🚎 🚲 Schools Movies Don't miss That opportunity To Get a perfect views from top of the Hill president Woodrow Wilson Wife is buried HERE We Take high praise in ROME Bring Your flats cameras and families
Beautifully maintained, interesting history (Confederate monument somewhat disturbing), in the center of a gorgeous town. Definitely worth a visit.
It’s such a lovely place to go visit and pay respects. The stroll was quite lovely especially with the view of Rome and all.
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