Greenville County

Greenville County is located in the northwest corner of South Carolina. It is the business center of the Upstate and the manufacturing center of South Carolina. The City of Greenville is its county seat.

Pettigru Street Historic District

This walking tour will lead you through the streets of the Pettigru Historic District in Greenville. We would like to…

4 years ago

Springwood Cemetery

By Laurie Wozniak of Simpsonville, SC A walk through Springwood Cemetery, located in the heart of downtown Greenville, is akin…

4 years ago

Briggs House

The Briggs House is located in Greenville's Hampton-Pinckney Historic District. It was constructed in 1905 for Vardry McBee's granddaughter Loula…

4 years ago

The Main Collective

Located in the Greenville County town of Taylors, this two-story building originally housed Wood General Merchandise Store (1). An 1897…

5 years ago

Grace Church Downtown

This Greek Revival church in downtown Greenville was built in 1858 and is one of the city's oldest public buildings…

7 years ago

Clemson University – ICAR

A concept that was revealed in 2003 became a reality in 2006 when the Clemson University International Center for Automotive…

8 years ago

Fluor Field

Fluor Field in Greenville is home to the city's baseball team, the Greenville Drive, a Class A affiliate of the…

8 years ago

North Greenville University

North Greenville University in Tigerville sits nestled among the Foothills of South Carolina. The college began as a high school…

8 years ago

Huguenot Mill

The Huguenot Mill in Greenville was built on the banks of the Reedy River in 1882. Founder Charles Lanneau opted…

8 years ago

Lanneau-Norwood House

This Second Empire manse in Greenville was built between 1876 and 1877. Now known as the Lanneau-Norwood House, it stood…

8 years ago