The Greenville Zoo is a 14-acre facility featuring hundreds of wildlife from all over the world including giraffe, monkeys, giant tortoises and elephants.
All kids love the Zoo, right? Greenville’s should be no exception. It is a smaller Zoo surrounded by the giant Cleveland Park and a huge playground. A great outing for kids and super close to Sidewall Pizza, which wouldn’t make a bad lunch :).
We have a zoo and they have a nice setup downtown Greenville. Reasonable and family friendly.
Terrific place to spend the day. The admission doesn't break the bank—$9.75 for adults, $6.50 for kids. Very friendly, happy place to see animals and walk around. Travel time from the suite is about 26 minutes during non-trafficky hours.
“Of course, what makes the Peace Center special are the performance venues. Each space is architecturally and acoustically remarkable—as you would expect, considering the quality and variety of performances presented here. Classical, dance, jazz, country, bluegrass, folk, pop, and comedy performers, as well as a full calendar of national Broadway tours, are equally spectacular on the Peace Center’s stages.”
“Far more than a nature lover's paradise, Falls Park on the Reedy, located in downtown Greenville's Historic West End, is one of Greenville's greatest treasures. The park serves as an oasis within the city - a place where people gather to work, play and celebrate life. The multi-use facility lends itself to a wide variety of activities for people of all ages and interests.”
“Formerly known as the “BI-LO Center” (and no I can’t get over it), the Bon Secours Wellness Arena is a popular venue for concerts, rodeos, circuses, Disney on ice, you name it. Check their website to see if there is something you’d like to see.”
“Fluor Field at the West End is a 6,700-seat baseball-only stadium in Greenville, South Carolina that opened on April 6, 2006. Designed by architectural firm DLR Group, it was built as a new home of the Greenville Drive baseball team, the A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.”
“Grab a bike (or rent from Reedy River Bike Rentals), and bike from downtown Greenville to Travelers Rest in under an hour. We like to stop for smoothies or lunch off the trail in Travelers Rest and then head back to Greenville.”