The Bulloch Hall was built in Roswell, Georgia in1839 for Major James Stephens Bulloch, one of the area?s first settlers. In 1853, His daughter, Mittie Bulloch, was married to Theodore Roosevelt, Sr. in the Bulloch Hall?s dining room. Their son, Theodore Roosevelt, became the 26th President of the United States.
The house, using an impressive and magnificent Greek revival structure designed by Willis Ball, is considered as one of Georgia?s most significant houses. Its lay-out includes an entrance hall in the center and equal rooms on both sides. Aside from its authentic period furniture, the Bulloch Hall also houses a museum room that depicts the family?s history. Outside, the grounds cover reconstructed slave quarters, a summer house, gardens, privy, wells, and a museum shop.