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Bulloch Hall

180 Bulloch Ave, Roswell, GA 30075-4420
+1 770-992-1731
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Interesting History of Roswell and the Relationship to Teddy Roosevelt

We were entertaining friends from Arizona, and decided to take them to Bulloch Hall for a little... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Atlanta, Georgia
Impressed with their educational set-up

We strolled through the home and the grounds on a spring day. It was a beautiful place inside and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Laurie M
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Childhood home of President Theodore Roosevelt's mother, Martha Bullock, is an 1840 Greek Revival mansion featuring restored rooms with period furnishings.
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  • Average5%
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180 Bulloch Ave, Roswell, GA 30075-4420
+1 770-992-1731
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were entertaining friends from Arizona, and decided to take them to Bulloch Hall for a little taste of the South. The docent there took us all through the house, even the attic, which was HUGE! She was very well versed, and gave us lots...More

Thank Tom102547
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We strolled through the home and the grounds on a spring day. It was a beautiful place inside and out. Historic home, Historic trees, Small garden planted with greenery that was commonly used in the 1800s. Old kitchen. We spoke with staff and volunteers who...More

Thank Laurie M
Reviewed 17 May 2017 via mobile

Lovely grounds and an enthusiastic guide made a lovely afternoon. The fact that it was quiet meant we got far more than our money's worth.

Thank lilacstranger
Reviewed 16 May 2017

You do not have to be a history buff to enjoy a visit to this mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places. I thoroughly enjoyed this first stop on our Southern Trilogy of Southern Historic Museums Tour in the delightful town of Roswell,...More

Thank glomarrone
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

I had never been to Bulloch Hall during all the years I lived in the area, and didn't understand the historical significance. Now I just happened to visit Atlanta, and a good friend who quilts took me to the Hall to see a quilt show....More

Thank kmsmolen
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Had a wonderful tour at Christmas. So much detail into the decorations. Great family times with the docents.

1  Thank Beth C
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

The reconstructed slave quarters are free and very well explained. It is a fascinating place to take visitors from the north.

1  Thank Maria G
Reviewed 29 December 2016

We toured in December so decorated for Christmas which was beautiful so they weren't doing formal tours but the lady sorry don't remember your name was kind enough to tell us more about history that Teddy Roosevelt's mother lived and married in that house. It...More

Thank 55LikeTraveling
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Bulloch hall has been one of my favorite places to go and visit since I was a little girl. I even dreamed of getting married there one day. While I got married just down the street, this home still holds a special place in my...More

Thank Amanda K
Reviewed 23 October 2016

Lots of nice sites for taking pictures and the tour of the home is a wonderful history lesson. We are going back for sure!

Thank Norma J
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