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Sightseeing and Tours in Greenville, SC

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The arboretum The arboretum is a Roper Mountain location that is lovely year-round, but it is especially glorio...


Annual dues from members of Museum Association provide critical financial support for Museum programs and help the Museum pur...


Born and raised in the Greenville area, Major Rudolf Anderson, Jr. is nothing short of a local hero. He had establi...


Christ Church Episcopal is known as the “Parish in the heart of the city,” located in downtown Greenville. The largest parish...


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On the edge of downtown in the Heritage Green campus is the Children's Museum of the Upstate. While it's a fairly n...


Located on the campus of Bob Jones University, this museum has one of the best collections of religious art in the ...


The ultimate dinner party Sit back and relax with some of the city's top chefs as you sample their signa...


The National Register of Historic Places: John Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church


Learn about what makes South Carolina's Upstate region unique at this impressive museum. Oral histories record expe...



Greenville, SC

Built by Henry Middleton on land bought from Elias Earle in 1813, Whitehall served as his summer home until 1820 when...


Nightmare Dungeon

Greenville, SC

This years NEW attractions include the “RUN away CAR. Toxic waist ROOM(COMPLETE with BIO hazard area) “the dungeons revenge”....


1883 - 1978 It can be done [North Face]: Superintent of Parker District Schools. Founded the first Adult Education Ce...


An adventurous hero or an opportunistic traitor, Richard Pearis led a life touched by many of colonial America's defi...



Mauldin, SC

Front This area was settled soon after the Revolution, and a community grew up here on the road from Greenville to La...


Historic River Cane

Greenville, SC

River cane (Arundinaria gigantean) is the only native American bamboo, and it is the "reed" that gave the Reedy River...


Nolan Ryan

Greenville, SC

Nolan Ryan was a member of the 1966 Greenville Mets and went on to establish himself as one of the greatest pitchers ...


Soft drinks, candy and snacks were once sold here. The building's original 1935 plans (see exhibit inside) included a...


Joe Anders

Greenville, SC

Jo Anders was one of the greatest players in Upstate Textile League history. Anders turned down a dream contract with...


Old College

Greenville, SC

Built in 1851 with two class rooms for use while the main building was being completed. Dr. James C. Furman used the ...

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