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Visit and Explore the City’s Attractions on a Bus Rental in Rome, New York

The City Rome is home to close to 34,000 people and is one of the cities inside what is called the "Leatherstocking Country." The city has a rich history and blessed with natural beauty, making it worth your while to visit. Charter a 49-passenger bus rental in Rome, New York today and find out what the city has to offer.

A 49-passenger bus rental in Rome is a great way to see the city.

The perfect way to see Rome is not by public transportation. Instead get a 49-passenger bus rental in Rome and conveniently go to the following attractions:

Outdoors. The city is situated at the foot of the Adirondack Mountains and has a variety of water bodies that make it a great outdoor destination. You can check out the many streams, lakes, rivers and the rolling hills that you can find in the city.

You can also take a day trip out of the city to visit the Rome Sand Plains, which is situated some five miles from the city center. In here, you can find a diverse landscape with wetland, sand dunes, hardwood forests and peat bogs. You can also find unusual plant and animal species.

Check out Delta Lake State Park, where you can camp, boat, hike, bike, ski, and go fishing and snowmobiling. The park has a playground for the kids and nature trails for the rest of the family. The city also has the Kennedy Ice Arena, which holds a variety of figure skating and ice hockey competitions. Meanwhile, the Rome Sports Hall of Fame, where you can find more than 50 displays focusing on the great athletes that the city has produced.

If you want to play golf, check out Teugega Country Club, Rome Country Club, Beaver Creek Golf Club Inc, Delta Knolls Golf Center, Mohawk Glen Golf Course, Sleepy Hollow Golf Course, and Camroden Golf Course.

For a little bit of history, you would want to check out the Erie Canal Village. This is a living history museum where you can find 19th century structures such as a tavern, a blacksmith shop, a railroad station, a school, a church, a house and other edifices. You could also visit the village's three museums:

  • The Erie Canal Museum, where you can learn more about the history of the Erie Canal.
  • The Harden Museum, where you could find horse-drawn carriages.
  • The New York State Museum of Cheese where you could learn more about the history of making cheese and why it was important to Erie Canal in the 19th century.

You can also check out the Sears Oil Co. Museum, which is an old gas station that has been converted into a museum. Here, you could see a variety of antique gas pumps, gas stations billboards and other artifacts.

Other places you can go to for a little history include Fort Stanwix National Monument, where you could also find the Marinus Willett Center.

If you want, you can also get on a bus rental in Rome, New York and see the historic landmarks and sites in Rome, including:

  • Arsenal House
  • First Methodist Episcopal Church of Rome
  • Fort Stanwix National Monument
  • Gansevoort-Bellamy Historic District
  • Mills House
  • Oriskany Battlefield
  • the Jervis Library
  • Zion Church.

Meanwhile, Rome also has something in store for the art lover. Check out the Rome Art and Community Center, which is housed in a historic Tudor mansion, and where you could see great art exhibits in its three art galleries and art studios. You could also catch a theater, dance or music production in its performance space. They also have a film series as well as art classes, among other art-related activities here. Further, Rome Community Theater represents a group of locals who regularly perform in theater productions at various locations in the city.

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