The Archibald Smith Plantation Home is a historic house museum located in Downtown Roswell. The house was built in 1845 by Archibald Smith, a wealthy planter who owned a large cotton plantation in the area. The house is a two-story brick structure with Greek Revival architectural style and features a two-story front portico with six columns.
Today, 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.
The Archibald Smith Plantation Home is open to the public for tours, events, and educational programs throughout the year. The museum also hosts special events such as the Roswell Lavender Festival, which celebrates the history and cultivation of lavender in the area.
935 Alpharetta St, Roswell, GA 30075