The proceeds for many of our events go toward preserving and restoring the Bulloch Hall home and grounds.
Book Launch October 18th at 7 pm
Divided Only by Distance and Allegiance: The Bulloch-Roosevelt Letters of 1861-1865 Meet authors Connie Huddleston and Gwendolyn Koehler 1861 found the Bulloch and Roosevelt families divided by distance and allegiance. The Bulloch women supported their Southern roots, while their Northern husbands stayed true to the Union. The war created hardships limiting the family’s correspondence, travel, and finances. With two sons fighting for the South and one dying back home in Roswell, the family’s letters tell of the struggles to aid and comfort those they loved amidst the background of the Civil War.
A Night at the Museum October 21st from 6:30 – 9 pm A Night in the Museum, a Family Night at Bulloch Hall where folks from Bulloch Hall’s past wander the rooms of this antebellum home where President Theodore Roosevelt’s mother once lived. Among the spirits that evening will be Martha and her husband James Stephens Bulloch, Theodore Roosevelt, his mother Mittie, John & Jane Dunwody, and the Reverend John Bulloch Dunwody. Ghostly tours of the house are every 20 minutes beginning at 6:30 p.m. Your time and reservation for the tour MUST be reserved in advance by calling 770 992-1731 ext. 2
While having a haunting good night, you can participate in a pumpkin race, a ghostly ring toss, goofy golf and other spooky games that will happen in the Haunted Graveyard. Enjoy hot dogs, chips, a drink, and roasted marshmallows by the fireplace while listening to all the old Halloween songs and stories.
Bulloch Hall is owned and operated by the City of Roswell and supported by Friends of Bulloch, Inc., a GA 501(c)3 non-profit organization.