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A Southern Trilogy

Roswell, GA
+1 678-639-7500
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Great three historic home tour option

I have already submitted separate reviews for each of the components of the Trilogy, i.e... read more

Reviewed 19 August 2017
petergoode2
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North Carolina
Interesting and worth the price & time

Great way to introduce kids to the past....all 3 homes offer interesting glimpses to what life was... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2017
Norma J
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Atlanta, Georgia
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Reviewed 19 August 2017

I have already submitted separate reviews for each of the components of the Trilogy, i.e. Barrington/Bulloch Halls, and the Smith Plantation. This was a VERY WORTHWHILE set of tours, and if time allows, would without question recommend visiting all three. They each have a separate...More

Thank petergoode2
Reviewed 29 April 2017

Great way to introduce kids to the past....all 3 homes offer interesting glimpses to what life was like way back when. Docents tell stories about the owners & their families and slaves. Well worth the trip.

Thank Norma J
Reviewed 29 December 2016

I would recommend this tour to natives or visitors to the Atlanta area. I will warn you in advance that it may take you all day even though tours only last about an hour and tours start on the hour @10am- 3pm. All homes had...More

Thank 55LikeTraveling
Reviewed 16 August 2016

We almost missed it by only seeing two of the three, but our schedule changed last minute and we stayed in town long enough to complete the final tour. And the last one was the best. The tours start every hour on the hour and...More

2  Thank Russell H
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

I suggest buying the Trilogy Tour Pass for $18 at the Roswell Visitors Center. The website is confusing and offers incorrect info (i.e. There is ONLY one home on the tour that does NOT take charge cards: Archibald Smith Home... The website states only cash...More

2  Thank HalotusMargotAssayer
Reviewed 14 August 2015

We did all three sites. It took us two days to accomplish since we started late the first day. But all three are well worth the time to explore.

1  Thank Joseph F
Reviewed 29 July 2015 via mobile

Well worth the small amount to visit all three homes. The docents are very charismatic and informative. The area is so rich in history. The authentic furniture and household items/clothing were so fascinating! I recommend starting with a ten, then eleven o'clock tour, then go...More

1  Thank Jane M
Reviewed 11 July 2015

I recommend this combo package to see 3 historic homes in Roswell: Bulloch Hall, Barrington Hall and Smith Plantation. The tickets don't expire so you don't have to see them all in one day. Stop by the visitor's center to get a map and some...More

1  Thank aswartzl
Reviewed 29 March 2015

Always take visitors from out of town to these houses. So much history in Roswell. If you can only do one house, do Bullock Hall...home of Teddy Rosevelt's mother. Each house has it's own unique history and all have lovely furnishings. The docents give great...More

2  Thank Nancy1391
Reviewed 9 October 2014

We really enjoyed this tour. Have visited all sights before but had company in who wanted to see them. I enjoy having different people in the houses to give you the history. Each one usually has an area that they are particullary interested in. Probably...More

1  Thank abruiser1
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YineAdome
28 December 2016|
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Response from Russell H | Reviewed this property |
Timing is the key, they don't start the tours until later in the morning and the last tour is at 3:00 I think. Two of the places are relatively close to each other, but the other is about a 5-7 minute drive away. I would... More
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Cathy B
1 July 2016|
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Response from Russell H | Reviewed this property |
You can purchase tickets at any of the three homes. They will sell you admission to just their location or a pass for all three which is the best deal (it's like three for the price of two). Here are the prices for any... More
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