Looking for history and the city is feeling a bit too modern? Then travel OTP (Outside the Perimeter) to the suburb of Roswell to experience traditional Southern architecture

If traveling by car, tours meet at Roswell City Hall parking lot - 38 Hill St, Roswell, GA 30075

If traveling by train, we’ll pick you up at North Springs MARTA station, the last stop on the north Red line

Your DTour will include:

  • A sampling of Roswell’s 3 antebellum mansions:

    • The interior of Bulloch Hall - built in 1839, this is the childhood home of Martha Bulloch Roosevelt, President Teddy Roosevelt’s mother and the site of her wedding to Theodore Roosevelt Sr.

    • The grounds and gardens of Barrington Hall - built in 1839, the Greek-Revival style home and grounds contain the oldest public garden in Georgia

    • The outbuildings of Smith Plantation - built in 1845, the Plantation still contains original outbuildings such as the cookhouse, slave quarters, barn and carriage house

  • Roswell Mill & Covered Bridge - ruins of the Roswell Manufacturing Co. Mill, constructed in 1839 and burned by Union forces in 1864

  • Roswell Town Square - built in 1839 by Roswell King, the bandstand was added in 1905 when President Teddy Roosevelt visited his mother's girlhood home

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