Whitney Kennedy State Farm

Welcome to Roswell, Whitney Kennedy State Farm! Located in the Colonial Park offices, their office serves Roswell and the Metro Atlanta Area with insurance needs ranging from home and auto to life insurance and healthcare.
For more information, visit www.whitneykennedyinsurance.com.

Computer Museum of America

Welcome to Roswell, Computer Museum of America! Located in the Roswell Town Center shopping center, the technology museum features exhibits such as A Tribute to Apollo 11, Vanquishing the Impossible: a collection of super computers and the Historical Timeline exhibit.
For more information, including hours and tickets, visit computermuseumofamerica.org.

McKesson Corporation

Welcome to Roswell, McKesson Corporation! The company relocated to a portion of Sanctuary Park in the city limits of Roswell. They are a global leader in healthcare supply chain management solutions, retail pharmacy, and healthcare information technology, and with more than 500 employees, they are a Top 5 employer in the city.
For more information, visit www.mckesson.com.

The Cotton Farm

Welcome to Roswell, The Cotton Farm! The quilting shop is located just off of Woodstock Road in Historic Roswell. This is the second location for the family-owned businesses, with the first located in Tennessee. The Cotton Farm offers a wide range of fabrics, patterns and notions. Not a quilter…yet? They offer quilting classes as well!
For more information, visit www.thecottonfarm.com.


Welcome to Roswell, GeoTerra! Recently relocating from Marietta, they are a leading provider of aerial acquisition and mapping services in the United States for all types of projects requiring imagery, LiDAR, and/or engineering quality mapping.
For more information, visit www.geoterra.us.

Shanghai Street Food & Bar

Welcome to Roswell, Shanghai Street Food & Bar! The farm-to-table Chinese restaurant is located off of Magnolia Street in Historic Roswell. Their menu features dishes such as “3 Day” Wings, Smoked Kurobuta Pork and Lobster Fried Rice—made with a colossal 1.5 pound Maine lobster! 
For more information, visit eatdrinkshanghai.com.