Smith Plantation Home
The historic Archibald Smith Plantation was built by Archibald Smith in 1838 after he and his family left the Georgia coast to grow cotton and help found the city of Roswell. Enduring for 150 years, and through both the Great Depression and the Civil War, the plantation home--located next door to the Roswell Municipal Complex and City Hall--remains very well preserved.
Visitors may tour the farmhouse, the servants' quarters, the cookhouse, the barn, the spring house and other parts of the grounds.
For more information and details, visit the website.
- Fax: 770-641-3974
- Hours: Mon - Sat, 10am - 3pm; Sun, 1pm - 3pm
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Founding Date: 1838
- Ticket information: Adults: $8.00, Seniors (65 and up): $7.00, Children (6-18): $6.00, Students with valid ID: $6.00
- Student discounts: Yes
- Senior discounts: Yes
- Private parties: No
- Food/drink: No
- Alcohol served: No
- Parking: Free lot
- What is an interesting historical or little known fact about this town?: The home was built by one of Roswell's founding families.
- Guided tours?: Yes
- Gift shop: No
- Membership levels: Family, Individual