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.
Here Comes the Bride Exhibit May 13th - August 31st
Bulloch Hall, in partnership with the Roswell Historical Society, exhibits a variety of historic wedding gowns, which will be displayed throughout the house. The gowns on display are from the mid-nineteenth century through the mid-twentieth century. Included with regular admission.
Moonlight, Music, and Martinis in Mittie's Garden July 27th 7:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Join us on Friday, July 27th for a full moon, martinis, and light appetizers in Bulloch Hall’s garden on the hill. Reservations are $25 per person and includes one free martini (additional ones are $10). Relax and enjoy music, your martini, and a garden exhibit of local artists’ works. Then stroll over to Bulloch Hall and have a self-guided candlelight tour of the summer exhibit called “Here Comes the Bride.” This exhibit includes bridal fashions through the years. For more information and reservations, go to our website www.bullochhall.org. The event is from 8- 10 p.m. and is rain or shine. In case of rain, the event will take place in Bulloch Hall and the Osage Terrace Room on the grounds. For more information, please call 770 992-1731 ext. 2 or purchase tickets here.
Decorative Arts of the 19th Century
Special tour for groups by appointment only. Learn intriguing details about style and furnishings of the 19th Century at Bulloch Hall. Available after Sept. 26, 2018. Call 770-992-1731, ext. 4 for information. Adults - $8, Seniors - $7, 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.