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Bancroft-Stranahan Museum
Picture-perfect house museum packed with Romeo history. Note that wrought iron fencing.
1890's wedding dress and accessories display! A must see...it is beautiful!


Clyde Craig Blacksmith Museum
Circa 1882 301 N. Bailey Greek Revival Operated by the Romeo Historical Society

Originally the tinsmith shop(c. 1882) of Fritz Engel, this building is a late Greek Revival. Clyde Craig, a blacksmith displaced by Detroit's growing mechanization, came to Romeo in 1919 to be closer to the source of much...


Kezar Library
Stacie Narlock Librarian
105 Church St. at Main Street.


Macomb Orchard Trail
24 mile trail through Macomb County. Open to recreation. 
Borders the east boundary of the Village of Romeo.


Romeo Art & Archives Center
A treasure trove of Romeo history in an interesting police station building complete with handcuffs on the wall.

Romeo Cemetery
Historic burial ground founded in 1842. Noted for Soldiers Monument, monuments, statuary and headstones.

Romeo Village Park
That perfect tree-shaded oasis in a village square of green grass with white gazebo.. Bring an ice cream cone and enjoy!

Starkweather Arts Center
A Romeo landmark site for art, history and entertainment! Not to be missed!

 
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