About Historic Roswell
There’s More To Do & See in Roswell!
Conveniently located only 20 minutes north of Atlanta, Roswell is easily accessible from downtown, Buckhead and all areas in Atlanta. There is literally so much to do and see in Roswell, you’ll want to extend your vacation to explore its many, exciting offerings!
For those who revel in history, Roswell’s Historic District offers 640 acres of vintage homes, historic sites, museums, monuments, churches and cemeteries, with 122 acres listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The doors of Roswell’s gracious antebellum mansions are open to the public, and ready to be explored!
The Menu Venue
When hunger strikes, take a delightful lunch break at one of the nearby charming restaurants in historic downtown Roswell around the square, along Canton Street or Oak Street. You’ll find tender steaks, the freshest catch of the sea, plus traditional Southern favorites, like fried chicken, mashed potatoes, buttermilk biscuits, garden fresh tomatoes and sweet tea (the house wine of the south). Whatever you crave, Roswell has a plate ready for you.
A Shopper’s Paradise
The unique shops of Roswell provide an “Atlanta” selection without the “Atlanta” traffic or expense. Take time to browse the charming shops on the square in historic downtown Roswell, Canton Street and Oak Street. You’ll find unique one-of-a-kind items for your home, and the most up-to-date fashions for yourself.
A Home Away From Home
When it’s time to call it a day, you’ll find a wide variety of lodging in Roswell to meet your particular needs. Whether you seek quiet, easy-going convenience, or modern, business-friendly pampering of a quality hotel, Roswell has a room for you to recharge and regroup. Your choices of overnight accommodations span the spectrum, and all boast southern hospitality and warmth.
The Historic Roswell Convention & Visitors Bureau can arrange special tours, mini-events, entertainment, luncheons, dinners, step-on guides, receptions, and goody bags for groups. Whatever your needs, the CVB is anxious to assist.