Atlanta Metro / Roswell

Bulloch Hall

180 Bulloch Ave.
Roswell, GA 30075

  • Bulloch Hall

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  • Great American Cover-up Quilt Show is held each March. Quilters from Bulloch's own guild plus other quilters decorate the house and demonstrate their craft.

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Bulloch Hall was built in 1839 by Major James Stephens Bulloch, one of Roswell's first settlers and the grandson of Georgia's Revolutionary Governor, Archibald Bulloch. The Greek Revival structure has been described as one of the most significant houses in Georgia and one of the South's few examples of true temple-form architecture. It has been the setting for many social occasions, chief among them is the wedding of Major Bulloch's daughter, Mittie, on Dec. 22, 1853, to Theodore Roosevelt of New York. Little did those in attendance realize they were witnessing a union that would produce a United States president (Teddy Roosevelt). Mittie's other son, Elliott, was the father of Eleanor Roosevelt who married Franklin D. Roosevelt and served as our nation's First Lady. Eleanor would sometimes drive to Roswell from Warm Springs to visit. Today, the grounds of Bulloch Hall boast 142 trees on the Historic Tree Register, reconstructed slave quarters, a demonstration garden and nature trail.

Info & Amenities

  • Hours of Operation

    Sunday: 1:00PM - 3:00PM
    Monday: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
    Tuesday: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
    Wednesday: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
    Thursday: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
    Friday: 10:00AM - 3:00PM
    Saturday: 10:00AM - 3:00PM

    Admission & Fees

    Adults $8.00

    Children (6-12) $6.00

    Children Under 6 $0.00

    Seniors (65 & up) $7.00

    Facility Amenities

    Guided Tours / Guide Available

    Parking on Site

    Self-guided Tours

    General Information


    Group Amenities

    Group Rates Available


    Special Tags

    Civil War Site

    Suitable for Ages

    All Ages