It may not be wise to dwell in the past, but taking a day to visit dwellings of the past can be enlightening. With today's deal from A Southern Trilogy, learn all about the people and places that made Roswell what it is today with one ticket for a guided tour of historic area homes for $9 (an $18 value). Barrington Hall, the first stop, was home to Roswell King, co-founder of Roswell, and demonstrates Greek-Revival-style architecture sitting on seven acres of sprawling land. Theodore Roosevelt's parents lived in Bulloch Hall, which shows temple-form architecture and provides educational programs, tours, and more. And because you'll also visit Smith Plantation, which survived through The Civil War, this trip to Roswell will show you three of an amazing kind. Grab this deal before it, too, becomes history; unlike these homes, it isn't here to stay.
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A Southern Trilogy
Tour of Three Historic Homes for One Person
- from $9