Fort Stanwix National Monument is a United States
National Historic Site in Rome
, New York
managed by the National Park Service (NPS). The current fort is a reconstruction of the historic Fort Stanwix occupying approximately sixteen acres of downtown Rome. The fort site although not the reconstruction itself is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Besides the fort reconstruction itself, the national monument includes three short trails that encircle it, one of which follows a portion of the Oneida
Carry. The Marinus Willett Collections Management and Education Center preserves the monument’s 485,000 artifacts and documents, displays exhibits about Fort Stanwix and the Mohawk Valley, and serves as a regional tourism center.