Roswell Businesses, the Roswell Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the City of Roswell are rolling out a new program to promote all the city has to offer. “Find It All, Roswell” is targeted to create a thriving, prosperous community through encouraging awareness of all that local businesses offer to Roswell, residents, and visitors alike. A website has been created that encompasses area shops, restaurants, attractions, businesses, lodging — even festivals. Click on to begin your search and “Find It All, Roswell.”

Through “Find It All, Roswell,” city leaders hope to build awareness that patronizing local businesses creates a strong and vibrant community and that community character and appeal depends on local patronage. Local businesses build relationships within the community and help support local causes, non-profits and charities, and local business owners invest in their community, adding character and ambiance to contributing to the quality of life. Click on, and see what the city has to offer — from a variety of restaurants, shops, attractions, service businesses, and more — and help your community thrive.

On the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River, Roswell has a 640-plus-acre historic district and history shaped by gold, cotton mills, and Union troops. Enjoy antebellum home tours at Barrington Hall, Bulloch Hall, and Smith Plantation. Explore the Chattahoochee Nature Center, the southeast’s oldest, largest, private, non-profit natural science learning center. Period storefronts are filled with unique shops, antiques and art, working artist galleries and studios, fine dining and cozy tearooms and theatre; special events are held year-round; lodging choices are friendly and affordable. For more details, contact the Historic Roswell Convention & Visitors Bureau by calling toll-free 1.800.776.7935 or by visiting