1310 Cedar Lane Road Greenville/Spartanburg, SC 29617 +1 864 232 2273
Greenville Civic Center is the hub of all creative and artistic activities in town. Concerts, dramas, seminars, art classes or community events, the place is always bustling with action. Sans any dull moment, the atmosphere here is cheerful and fun. The Greenville Civic Center offers entertaining and cultural events and every show is well received by the patrons. For more details, call ahead
200 East Saint John Street Spartanburg, SC 29306 +1 864 764 9568
The Artists' Guild Gallery is in the Chapman Cultural Center. There are monthly art exhibits, some of which showcase art available for purchase. This gallery features art in a variety of forms, from contemporary and fine art to sculptures and photography.
This historic home is believed to be the oldest house in Spartanburg's city limits. The Seay House is open to the public on the third Saturday of each month from April through October and by appointment year-round.
With a history dating back to 1795, the Price House is a historical site in Woodruff, South Carolina near Spartanburg. This property once contained the plantation home of Thomas and Ann Price, local entrepreneurs who owned the general store, ran the post office and local tavern. Here, you can find out how the Price family made their fortune and the legacy that remains at the only standing structure that exists - the upcountry slave cabin.
201 North Limestone Street Gaffney, SC 29340 +1 864 487 8505
Gaffney is a quaint town in South Carolina that is part of the greater Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson area. This small town is nicknamed the Peach Capital of South Carolina and when their annual Peach Festival rolls around, you'll understand why. With a four-story water tower painted in the likeness of a ripe peach, affectionately dubbed Peachoid, Gaffney is a town with a big heart - which is probably in the shape of a giant peach.
The Simpsonville Heritage Park is a great place to spend outdoors. Not only are there grounds enough to run and play in but the Charter Amphitheatre is also located here. There are paved trails for biking and hiking as well as six baseball and softball fields that include batting cages.
Here is a music venue that manages to be both an exciting, high-energy venue while still maintaining a family-friendly environment. Grille 33 is a restaurant located inside The Channel and serves up tasty burgers and fries. Moose & Mug is The Channel's coffee bar which opens early at 7:30a. This is a non-profit organization and so, likes volunteers and will generally have an open mic! Come help out your local entertainment venue and learn valuable skills like how to mix up a mean mocha, or find out how much talent you have on their main stage.
206 South Main Street Greenville, SC 29602 +1 864 232 2273
Greenville is a thriving city in the Upstate Region of South Carolina. From their scenic, award-winning Main Street to their city parks and downtown area, Greenville has constructed a community that has retained its sense of small town hospitality while growing to include a wide-range of diversity. Greenville's identity as a flourishing city is underscored by their regular festivals and fairs many of which are free and open to the public.
The Minor Herndon Mickle Tennis Center is home to Furman
University's men's and women's tennis squad. With its extensive indoor and outdoor facilities, it's no wonder the University's tennis squads have been so successful in winning titles and championships. ...
Coach Charter and Leasing offers chartered buses for groups looking
to tour the Greenville and Spartanburg area. Visit their website for details. Coach Charter and Leasing offers chartered buses for groups looking to tour the Greenville and Spartanburg area. ...
The perfect setting for a romantic outing or a picturesque
day with family, Falls Park on the Reedy guarantees a great time. Feel free to roam through the gardens, or to stop and take in the sights of Reedy ...