Spooky nights full of fun are on the schedule for Roswell.
The city in north Fulton County has two Halloween events planned for folks of all ages.
On Saturday, Oct. 21, Roswell will host “A Night at the Museum” at Bulloch Hall. A week later on Oct. 28, it will host the “Spooktacular Night” at the Smith Plantation.
The city says, “A Night at the Museum” will be an evening where history comes alive. Visitors can tour Bulloch Hall by candlelight to meet President Theodore Roosevelt, his mother Mittie Bulloch, and other guests.
Other activities, like pumpkin rolling races, ring toss, and mini golf will also take place. Featured food includes hot dogs, chips, drinks and roasted marshmallows by the fireplace. Admission is $12 for adults and $6 for children. Reserve by calling 770-992-1731.
The 2nd Annual Spooktacular Night at Smith Plantation will have a “family-friendly” tour of the home hosted by “Smith family spirits.”
Children are invited to wear their Halloween costumes, listen to ghost stories, trick-or-treat, and make s'mores. Apple cider and hot chocolate will also be available. Admission is $5 per-person, but free for children under the age of five. Reserve by calling 770-641-3978.