Roswell has some great historic homes
that are open to Public tours. I loved touring Bulloch Hall. Since there were only two of us for the tour, the guide let us see the attic where the Bulloch Hall ghost lives. Great history lesson, great tour!
Antebellum home of Teddy Roosevelt's mother offers a peek into history.. The Scene In its glory, Bulloch Hall and its lavish events made an impression on literary greats, politicians and military figures. Antiquated and honorable, the home of Mittie Bulloch, former U.S. President Theordore Roosevelt's mother, pays homage to a bygone era. Complete with slave quarters, a carriage house and fruit orchards, the home was built in 1840 by one of Roswell's first settlers, Maj. James Stephens Bulloch. A wide entryway separates the house, opening into rooms of equal size on either side. Tall ceilings, detailed molding around the windows and doors, period furniture and handcrafted quilts remind visitors of a time when stately homes were the norm. The Appeal The restoration of this 1840's historic site gives Roswell citizens and visitors a sense of old Georgia. Today Bulloch Hall is open to tours of the home and special events to celebrate the seasons with craft workshops, teas and book signings.