Roswell Attractions

Historic Roswell Convention and Visitors Bureau

617 Atlanta Street

Tel: (770) 640-3253 or 1-800-776-7935
Fax: (770) 640-3252


Barrington Hall (1842)

Barrington Hall (1842)
535 Barrington Drive
Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 640-3855
Home of Roswell founder Roswell King's son, Barrington King.
The home retains many original architectural features and furnishings belonging to the descendents of Barrington King.
Open daily, tours on the hour Mon. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Sun. 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Last tour of the day at 3 pm.

Bulloch Hall (1839)

Bulloch Hall (1839)
180 Bulloch Ave.
Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 992-1731
Antebellum Home of President Theodore Roosevelt's mother Mittie Bulloch.
Open daily, tours on the hour Mon. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Sun. 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Smith Plantation (1845)

Smith Plantation (1845)
935 Alpharetta Street
Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 641-3978
Home of an affluent farm-family in early Georgia. Built in 1845, the home is fully furnished in period pieces belonging to the original family.
Open daily, tours on the hour Mon. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.; Sun. 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Last tour of the day at 3 pm.

Chattahoochee River & Trail System

Currently 16 miles of trails wind through the city, encompassing many portions of the parks, streets, historic sites, and topography. A simple stroll in the historic district, a river walk, nature study or exercise. . . you're sure to find just the right spot. For more information visit Chattahoochee River & Trail System on the Historic Roswell CVB website.

The booklet, "Through the Eyes of the Cherokee", is written in a way that you will find useful as you explore Roswell trails or travel throughout Georgia. A "journal" area is included so that you may make notes of your experiences of the Chattahoochee Nature Center, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Roswell trails, and the many woodlands, wetlands, and swamps you will find throughout the State of Georgia. Wear appropriate shoes and don't forget to bring your binoculars and your camera.

To pick up your free copy (while supplies last) stop by the Roswell Visitors Center or a Georgia Visitor Information Center.

Chattahoochee Nature Center

Chattahoochee Nature Center is the oldest and largest private non-profit natural science learning center in the Southeast. This environmental sanctuary encompasses 30 species of native wildlife and 127 acres of native plants and gardens. The Center grows more than 50% of the rare and endangered plant species found in Georgia, in their gardens. Some gardens reflect Georgia's Living Wetlands, depicting 5 different wetland habitats that are threatened throughout the State of Georgia. A Butterfly Garden, Bog Garden with carnivorous plants, river boardwalk, and woodland trails add to the experience. For more information visit the Chattahoochee Nature Center website.

Vickery Creek Park

One of the most beautiful areas in Roswell is the City's Vickery Creek Park. This park has an interpretive walk highlighting the old mill ruins of Roswell and allows visitors to get close to Vickery Creek and its dam. The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is linked by the Vickery Creek Covered Pedestrian Bridge.

Throughout Roswell you will find numerous trails that allow you to enjoy the history and the natural beauty of the area.

The 7-mile linear park along the Chattahoochee River provides the opportunity to follow one of Georgia's most unique resources as it winds its way through Roswell. Playgrounds, picnic areas, boat ramps, fishing, and more. To enjoy the Chattahoochee River visit Azalea Park on Azalea Drive, Don White Memorial Park on Riverside Road; and Riverside Park on Riverside Road.
Trail maps are available at the Roswell Visitors Center.

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