The Grounds and Gardens Open to the Public.
Bulloch Hall is considered one of the most significant homes in Georgia. Here, Mittie Bulloch grew up, met a young man from the prominent Roosevelt family of New York, and captured his heart. In this home, the couple wed at Christmas time in 1853. This was the union that produced U.S. President, Teddy Roosevelt. The couple's other son, Elliott, fathered Eleanor, who became the wife of Franklin and served as our nation's most beloved First Lady. On the reconstructed service grounds are slave cabins and a carriage house. One of the cabins showcases living quarters and exhibits that provide opportunities to explore and recognize the role of African Americans in the history of Roswell. This exhibit is dedicated to their legacy.
*The grounds of Bulloch Hall are pet friendly.
Admission is free.