In Roswell, history, nature and modern amenities combine to create a mosaic of memories you will treasure forever. Roswell's 640-acre Historic District is filled with the Southern Trilogy home tours, ghost walks, festivals, restaurants, theatre, arts and fantastic shopping. The Chattahoochee River, woodland trails, marsh boardwalks and bicycling add to the fun. Savor that first bite of one of Roswell's culinary delights and you will know why foodies love our area. With so much to experience, our friendly, affordable and accommodating lodging facilities provide the perfect spot to relax, rewind and rejuvenate. www.visitroswellga.com or 800-776-7935.
Visitor Information Center
617 Atlanta Street
Roswell, GA 30075
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Roswell Travel Guides
A Guide to Good Times in Roswell
Whether you love history, culture, the peacefulness of the great outdoors, or the excitement of entertainment, Roswell offers a wide selection of attractions to see and tours to take. Numerous festivals and special events are held year-round. Stop at the Roswell Visitors Center and enjoy a video of
Chattahoochee Nature Center Rack Card
Download this Rack Card for the Chattahoochee Nature Center and receive $2.00 off a general admission ticket. It also has directions and information to help you plan your trip.
Civil War in Roswell
Union Troops arrived in Roswell on July 5, 1864. They discovered that the covered bridge over the Chattahoochee River had been burned by retreating Confederate soldiers to slow down the Union's advancement on Atlanta. During the 10 day occupation of Roswell, 400 women and children were arrested an
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