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Roswell Atlanta Metro

Roswell's 640-plus-acre historic district offers a variety of activities - antebellum home tours, ghost walks, shopping and dining, the Rosewater Theatre, and affordable lodging. Learn about environmental and ecological issues surrounding the Chattahoochee River at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. In Roswell, history and nature give you an exciting and relaxing experience to remember.
  • Roswell Georgia Convention and Visitors Bureau logo.

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  • The Chattahoochee Nature Center is the oldest and largest private non-profit natural science learning center in the Southeast. This environmental sanctuary encompasses 27 species of native wildlife and 127 acres of native plants and gardens.

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  • The Roswell Visitors Center provides brochures, directions, and maps for your tour of Roswell. While there, spend time browsing our displays and ask to see the video that gives you a quick glimpse into all you can see in Roswell.

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  • Canton Street is home to art galleries, unique shopping and one-of-a-kind restaurants.

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  • The waterfall created when Vickery Creek was dammed up in the 1830s to provide waterpower to Roswell's Mills is visible from the trails in Old Mill Park.

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  • Old Mill park includes a beautiful waterfall created when Vickery Creek was dammed up to provide waterpower to the Roswell Mills. This is where the old sluiceway connected to the dam.

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  • The Roswell Arts District is full of galleries representing many types of art. First Friday Art Walks and other events occur in the Art District throughout the year.

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  • Barrington Hall was built on a hill overlooking the Roswell Mills. It is is recognized as one of the best examples of Greek Revival architecture in the United States.

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  • The Chattahoochee River adds to Roswell's natural beauty.

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  • A covered pedestrian bridge connects the trails in Old Mill Park to the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area trails on the other side of the creek.

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  • The Roswell Visitors Center includes displays about waterpower and cotton, both very important to the early development of Roswell.

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  • The Historic Roswell Square hosts arts festivals and other events throughout the year.

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  • The Archibald Smith Plantation home provided much of the cotten used in the Roswell Mills prior to the Civil War. It is open daily for tours.

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  • Bulloch Hall was the girlhood home of Mittie Bulloch, mother of President Theodore Roosevelt. One of the Southern Trilogy Homes, Bulloch Hall is open daily for tours.

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  • Roswell is the first bicycle friendly city in Georgia! This designation is awarded by the League of American Bicyclists to cities that have demonstrated their commitment to all aspects of cycling.

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  • Roswell's Canton Street has many one-of-a-kind restaurants offering outside dining options.

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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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Phone: 770-640-3253

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