Seasonal Attractions

Ghost of Marietta.Ghosts of Marietta

Late spring-late fall ~ 770-881-8011 ~ Ghosts of Marietta
Join us for a lantern-led walk through the historic streets of Marietta and discover other side of this enchanting “gem of the south.” Experience why antebellum mansions and civil war memorials are not the only reminders of days gone by through a compelling blend of storytelling, history and the supernatural. Tours depart from the Marietta Welcome Center, 4 Depot Street, Marietta, GA rain or shine.
Tours last approximately 90 minutes and the walk is under one mile. Private tours and group rates available.

The Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home TourThe Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home Tour

4 Depot Street, Marietta, GA 30060 ~ 770-429-1115 ~ www.mariettapilgrimage.com
If you enjoy the Historic Marietta Walking/Driving Tour, make plans to attend the Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home Tour. Held the first full weekend in December, the tour showcases six private historic homes and a number of heritage public buildings. All tour sites are decorated for the season and open to the public.

Battle of Kennesaw Mountain.The Battle of Kennesaw Mountain Anniversary

770-427-4686 ~ www.nps.gov/kemo
Each year on the week-end nearest June 27, Kennesaw Mountain National Battle

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field Park commemorates the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain with infantry, artillery and Calvary demonstrations.

Roswell Roots

A Celebration of African–American History and Culture.
A month long celebration in Roswell, GA. Events and activities take place in various locations. Some events are free of charge, while others have a nominal admission. History, Art, Culture! For full listing of events, activities, times and prices visit www.roswellgov.com.

Christmas In Roswell

“Christmas was best of all; long anticipated but seemingly never going to arrive again, rare and wonderful in those days before the years turned too many revolutions.” (Barry Etris from Faces & Christmas in RoswellSongs)
Experience the magic of the holiday season in Historic Roswell. Barrington Hall, Bulloch Hall and Smith Plantation are dressed in seasonal splendor and open for tours. Enjoy a reenactment of Mittie Bulloch’s 1853 Christmastime wedding to Theodore Roosevelt (Sr.); participate in High Tea, attend musical performances, dance and theatre. 800-776-7935 or www.visitroswellga.com

Great American Cover-up Quilt Show

Held annually in March at Historic Bulloch Hall.
www.bullochhall.org

For your convenience, throughout this brochure we have listed numbers that you may call to verify times for visitation.