Greenville is the largest city of the Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson
Combined Statistical Area. Greenville is located approximately halfway
between Atlanta, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina along Interstate
85, and its metropolitan area also includes Interstates 185 and
Greenville offers many activities and attractions.
Greenville's theatres and event venues often host most important
concerts and touring theater companies. Four independent theaters
present several plays a year. Visitors can visit arts museums such
as Andrew Wyeth Collection, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery.
These theaters offer a variety of performances
including well-known works, such as Death of a Salesman and Grease,
and play written by local playwrights. During the spring and summer,
the local Shakespearean company performs Shakespeare in the Park
at the Falls Park Amphitheater.
Outdoor enthusiast can swim, camp, fish, whitewater
raft, hike, or climb in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Sumter National
Forest, the Chattooga River or Lake Greenville. At night you can
enjoy with music scene that features frequent live performances
in the downtown area by local Jazz, Country, and Rock bands.
Greenville has the only golf course in the world
that has each hole conceived by a unlike designer. Greenville is
the main shopping and dining destination. Downtown Greenville is
home to many restaurants featuring local southern charge. There
are many boutiques and area of expertise shops that line the downtown
area, like Michelin on Main.