Roma at Three Rivers National Historic Site
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Step back in time and experience Jean Pierre Roma’s 1730’s trading post. Authentic experiences are provided for all age groups, and/or take time to enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal and refreshments. Attend the 1745 Great Escape Festival on August 7th and 14th which recreates the sacking and burning of Rooma's Settlement by British Privateers in 1745. Open daily (10-5) take time to Stroll Roma’s trails, all 11 km; and enjoy Roma’s French Heritage Gardens; or some fiddle tunes and try a dance with Roma’s talented fiddler; learn about cod fishing, Roma’s gold; special orienteering activity; family archeological digs.Roma’s Restaurant & Stone Oven: Heritage Lunch served in the Pavilion or on the patio (12-1:30 pm). Our specialty is bread, baked in Roma’s outdoor oven, daily. Try our wood-fired oven pizza (Friday only)!
Wide open spaces, social distancing, health protocols observed.Open daily, 10 am-5 pm.