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regency-romeRiverwood Retirement Rome offers seniors a variety of activities meant to enrich their lives. You’re likely to find residents relaxing while creating arts and crafts, playing games, enjoying a social gathering, or perhaps participating in an estate planning workshop.

There’s plenty of community-based activities with opportunities to be social, but Riverwood Senior Living is located in Rome, offering the warmth of small town living with easy access to all that the Atlanta region has to offer. Our residents have opportunities to participate in outings to movies, musicals or even a local sporting event.

Some great possible outings in this area include:

Berry College: Founded by Martha Berry in 1902, Berry College sits on the world’s largest college campus and boasts historic buildings and homes. Sites include one of the world’s largest wooden overshot waterwheels, historic chapels and miles of mountain trails.

Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home: A museum of Cherokee and North Georgia history and is a site on the Trail of Tears.

Oak Hill: The Greek revival home of Martha Berry, founder of Berry College. Tour the home, outbuildings and gardens, which are now the Martha Berry Museum.

Rome Area History Museum: It preserves, interprets, and exhibits collections portraying the history of Rome and the surrounding area.

Rome Symphony Orchestra: Founded in 1921, the Rome Symphony Orchestra is the oldest symphony in the South. The RSO offers various performances and events throughout the year.

Cave Spring Cave: Step back in time when Cave Spring’s natural limestone cave was being created, with its impressive stalagmites and legendary “Devil’s Stool” formation. You’ll welcome its constant, 57-degree coolness on a hot summer’s day.

Rome Braves Baseball: The Braves are a Minor League Class A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves and play in Rome’s State Mutual Stadium April through September.

These are just a few of the attractions that make Rome a great place to be!