Bulloch Hall is a historic Greek Revival style antebellum home turned museum located in Downtown Roswell. It was built in 1839 by Major James Stephens Bulloch, a prominent planter from Georgia’s coast. Bulloch Hall served as the childhood home of his daughter 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 with a fanlight window above. Inside, visitors can explore rooms that have been restored to their 19th-century appearance, including a parlor, dining room, and bedrooms.
In addition to its historical significance, Bulloch Hall also hosts a variety of events and programs throughout the year, such as guided tours, holiday events, and educational programs for school groups. Bulloch Hall is a popular destination for history enthusiasts, as well as those interested in the life of Theodore Roosevelt and his family.
Bulloch Hall is owned by the City of Roswell Georgia’s Historic and Cultural Affairs Division.
Open for tours daily, Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 3 pm and Sundays from 1 pm to 3 pm.
180 Bulloch Ave
Roswell, GA 30075