The Artistic Side of
If you are into the arts, you will have plenty to keep you busy in Roswell. Check out the Georgia Ensemble Theatre, where you can catch a show, audition to be a part of a production, take a class to work on your craft, or sign up your own little drama king or queen to put those dramatic displays to good use. Other theaters in town include North Fulton Drama Club and the Red Door Playhouse. You can also check out some live music by the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra. This orchestra will tickle your eardrums with tunes from the 1600s and 1700s.
The Historic Side of
Roswell has a rich history and the Roswell Historical Society does a great job of preserving it and then presenting it to the public. The society offers guided walking tours that are a great way to get to know your new city a little better. Period costumes make the tours even more authentic. The society also plans some rocking special events such as Dinner Y’all and Beyond My Stone. The Teaching Museum North is another must-see for anyone interested in Roswell’s past. The museum features exhibits on American presidents, women in the White House, and Georgian authors.
The Playful Side of R
There are some funky, fun festivals and special events that go on throughout the year in Roswell, including the Annual Quilt Show, the Roswell Arts Festival, the Trilogy Trolley Crawl, and Christmas in Roswell. The Roswell Roots Festival, which celebrates African-American history in the area, is one celebration you don’t want to miss. If you would prefer to see Roswell at its spookiest, go on a Roswell Ghost Tour. But, be prepared. The haunting tales you will hear are not just stories—and they are also not for the faint of heart.