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About The Oak Hill Gift Shop

The Oak Hill Gift Shop is the official gift shop for Berry College and Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum. The gift shop is operated by a team of Berry students who work in the Berry College Student Enterprises, LLC. 
The gift shop has an array of souvenirs, gifts, and Berry related apparel. The Oak Hill Gift Shop is the only Berry Eagle endorsed shop; with that title, we proudly sell the Berry Eagle merchandise including t-shirts, plushes, and prints. Be sure to be on the lookout for our shop on wheels, the Oak Hill Gift Shop mobile store trailer! The trailer may show up at various sporting events, Oak Hill & the Martha Berry Museum special events, and especially Mountain Day. 
Location and Directions:
Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum is located near Rome, Georgia.  The entrance to our facility is from Veterans Memorial Highway (GA Loop 1) at the intersection of the Martha Berry Highway (US 27).  Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum is 75 minutes from both Atlanta and Chattanooga.

From Atlanta (about 1 hour, 20 minutes):

Take I-75 North to Exit 290 (Rome/Canton, Highway 20) and take a left off of exit ramp onto Georgia 20. Travel approximately 2.2 miles to the end of the road. Turn left at the light then take an immediate right on Highway 41 North. Drive 2.8 miles and bear right onto Highway 411 (Rome Exit). Travel 17.3 miles and turn right at light onto the East Rome Bypass (also called Georgia Loop 1). After passing the fifth traffic light, move to the left lane and look for the museum entrance on the left. Enter and follow the road until you come to a fork and bear right. The museum is just ahead on your right.

From Chattanooga (about 1 hour, 15 minutes):

Take I-75 South to Exit 312 (Highway 53). Travel west through Calhoun to Rome (approximately 25 miles). Turn right onto Georgia Loop 1/Veterans Memorial Highway (Unity Christian School is on the left at this intersection). After passing the second traffic light, move to the left lane and look for the museum entrance on the left. Enter and follow the road until you come to a fork and bear right. The museum is just ahead on your right.