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Downtown Roswell is a historic district located in the heart of Roswell, a city in the northern suburbs about 20 miles north of Downtown Atlanta. It’s a popular destination for locals and tourists alike who want to enjoy a vibrant day of shopping, dining, and exploring.  Known for its charming streets, historic homes, boutique shops, art galleries, parks and public spaces, and wide range of restaurants and bars, Downtown Roswell offers a unique and enjoyable experience for both locals and visitors looking to immerse themselves in the culture, nature, history, and cuisine of this charming southern city.

Archibald Smith Plantation Home
the Archibald Smith Plantation Home is a museum that offers visitors a glimpse into life in the 19th century South. The museum is operated by the city of Roswell and features period furnishings and artifacts that belonged to the Smith family. Visitors can take guided tours of the house and grounds, which include a historic kitchen, a blacksmith shop, and a barn.

Bulloch Hall
Bulloch Hall is a historic Greek Revival style antebellum home turned museum located in Downtown Roswell. It was built in 1839 and served as the childhood home of Mittie Bulloch, who later became the mother of President Theodore Roosevelt, our 26th president.  The house is known for its Greek Revival architecture, with a front portico supported by four columns and a central entrance. Inside, visitors can explore rooms that have been restored to their 19th-century appearance, including a parlor, dining room, and bedrooms.

Roswell Town Square
Roswell Town Square is a public park located in the heart of Downtown Roswell. The park is situated around a historic district that dates back to the mid-1800s.  The park is known for its picturesque landscaping, which includes a variety of trees, shrubs, and flowers. It also features several benches and picnic tables, as well as a gazebo that serves as a popular spot for concerts and other events.

Roswell Farmers and Artisans Market
The Roswell Farmers and Artisans Market takes place every Saturday morning from 8 am to noon from April to October. The market features a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as producer-only baked goods and artisan foods.

Roswell Ghost Tours
Roswell Ghost Tours is a guided walking tour that takes visitors on a spooky journey through the historic streets of Downtown Roswell. The tour explores the city’s rich history and legends, with a focus on its most haunted sites and ghostly tales.

Roswell Historic District
The Roswell Historic District is a charming and picturesque area located in Downtown Roswell. It encompasses a large section of the city’s downtown, and is known for its well-preserved examples of historic architecture, including antebellum homes, churches, and commercial buildings.

Roswell Mill
Roswell Mill is a popular destination for visitors interested in history and outdoor recreation. The mill ruins are situated along the banks of Vickery Creek, which is a tributary of the Chattahoochee River. Visitors can hike along the creek’s trails and explore the ruins, which offer a fascinating glimpse into the city’s past.

Vickery Creek Park
Vickery Creek Park encompasses over 100 acres and features a variety of amenities, including hiking trails, picnic areas, and historic landmarks.  One of the main attractions at Vickery Creek Park is the Vickery Creek Dam and Covered Bridge, which date back to the mid-1800s. Visitors can hike along the creek’s trails and explore the ruins of the old mill, which once powered Roswell’s textile industry.