Whether you're visiting Greenville on a rainy day or just need some extra time to enjoy the city, there are a few activities that will help keep you entertained.
Nothing warms the belly like a cold, creamy scoop of local ice cream, and downtown Greenville is home to a plethora of delicious treats. Try Spill the Beans for their signature Italian gelato, or check out one of the many other local ice cream shops for your favorite flavor.
Kids will love the opportunity to spend some time indoors playing and learning at the Children’s Museum of the Upstate. With tons of water play areas, live entertainment, and hands-on activities, you’ll be sure to find a few hours of rainy day fun at the museum.
The Upstate is filled with gorgeous waterfalls that are easily accessible from Greenville. A quick drive out to any of the following waterfalls will allow you to soak up the beauty that nature has to offer:
Experts believe that Greenville’s Poinsett Bridge is the oldest surviving bridge in South Carolina. It’s also the only remaining covered bridge in the state.
A stroll through the streets of Greenville is a great way to take in the city’s incredible public art collection. Currently, more than 70 pieces are featured as part of the city’s Arts in Public Places initiative.