Travel back in time to the days of the Civil War as you visit Bulloch Hall. This old Greek Revival home in Roswell, GA is the childhood home of Martha Bulloch Roosevelt, the mother of Theodore Roosevelt. It is a highlight of Roswell, Georgia for how it displays much of the history of the city and is important to the life of the future president of the United States.
Tour this beautiful home in the City of Roswell and learn about the history of the region. Look around the intricate dining room or the large kitchen in the area. The dining room is particularly famous for how it is where Martha Bulloch Roosevelt was married. The entire property has been carefully preserved to keep its beautiful appearance intact and is an especially inviting space to look at.
Head around the fields to see some of the adjacent buildings in the region. These include a few houses where slaves lived at and worked in the house as well as along the nearby cotton fields.
Many artifacts relating to Theodore Roosevelt can also be seen here. These include highlights from his visit to the home in 1905 during his presidency as he was one of the first post-Civil War presidents to visit the south.