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Visiting Downtown Romeo Attractions
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Bancroft-Stranahan Museum - Picture perfect house museum packed with Romeo History. It's located at 132 Church St.

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.

First Congregational Church -  Located inside one of the few remaining hand wound tower clocks still running in America restored by Romeo's own master archival machinist, Bill Miller.

Romeo Art & Archives Center - A treasure trove of Romeo history in an interesting police station building complete with handcuffs on the wall, located at 290 N. Main St.

Romeo Rotary Club - (est. 1929 - volunteer base organization) and still going strong! Meets here every Wednesday at noon, are local businessmen & women trying to make a difference in our community.

Starkweather Gallery - Center for the arts for the Village of Romeo & surrounding communities. Willed to the Village by Helen Starkweather (1987), lifelong art teacher for Romeo Schools. Beautiful artwork on display.

Visit the Friends of the Romeo District Library

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