The childhood home of Mittie Bulloch, mother of President Theodore Roosevelt
180 Bulloch Ave Roswell, GA 30075 770-992-1731 Tours of the house are available on the hour Monday - Saturday 10 a.m - 3 p.m and on Sundays 1 p.m - 3 p.m For information about the various attractions on the grounds, click here.
Bulloch Hall is a part of Roswell's Southern Trilogy of Historic House Museums. For more information on Smith Plantation and Barrington Hall, visit the city of Roswell's website.
All Things Southern September 22 - October 1
Presented by the Magnolia Sampler Guild, All Things Southern showcases a magnificent display of needlework. The Grand Boutique is September 22 and 23, where you can find the unique and unusual items with which to stitch! Included in all regularly scheduled tours.
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
Night at the Museum, a Family Night where history comes alive at Bulloch Hall. Tour the house by candlelight and meet President “Teddy” Roosevelt and his mother Mittie. Hear stories from Major James Stephens Bulloch, who built the home in 1839 and his wife Martha. Other surprise guests include neighbors John and Jane Dunwody (Major Bulloch’s sister) and the Reverend John Bulloch Dunwody, who officiated the wedding of Mittie and Thee in 1853. 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 On the grounds you can participate in pumpkin rolling races, ring toss and miniature golf in the Goofy Graveyard that will make you laugh. At the pavilion, enjoy hot dogs, chips, a drink, and roasted marshmallows by the fireplace while listening to old Halloween songs and storytelling. Night at the Museum house tours: 6:30, 6:50, 7:10, 7:30, 7:50, 8:10, 8:30 and 8:50 p.m. Reservations for tours must be made in advance. Adults $12, children $6
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.