Why do the same thing again?
The Rockmart Slate House, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a full-service facility with one amazing price! Don’t settle for the same old routine business meetings and special occasions. The slate house mixes the old with the new making for an incredibly elegant look which is great for pictures!
Complete with original wood ceilings and exposed slate walls, it’s a space loaded with personality. 24″ thick original slate walls stand on native polished concrete in the heart of downtown Rockmart.
Rockmart Slate House Gallery
So much of our history lies in preserving the past. – Peter Westbrook
It is an unbelievable venue, with a welcoming entrance, rustic detail applied to all areas of interior design, and all of the amenities: a kitchen for catering, beautiful and large main room, and rail road tracks right outside for the perfect photo shoot.
Find out the history behind one of the two oldest buildings in Rockmart!
Rockmart slate has been used for landscaping and building all around the world. Not only as far away as London, England but also has been used in the Golden Gate Bridge. Slate has been quarried around Rockmart since the 1850s and is also the how Rockmart got it’s name when the town was chartered in 1872. – Read more!