Quality Inn & Suites
5539 Calhoun Memorial Hwy.
Easley, SC 29640-3871
Phone: (864) 859-7520
Fax: (864) 644-2002
5539 Calhoun Memorial Hwy. US 123, Easley, SC, US, 29640-3871
- Phone: (864) 859-7520
- Fax: (864) 644-2002
Founded by Tom Davis and Bill Davis, Thomas Creek Brewery opened its doors in 1998. Serving Greenville for more than 15 years, this brewery has grown to become one of the best in south United States. Up the Creek Extreme IPA, one of their strongest brews, is the most popular and is available year-round. The Banana Split Chocolate Stout, a rare production, is also a must-try. Visitors can schedule appointments to tour the brewery, follow it with a session of tasting the beers and also take home growlers of their favorite libations.
This beautiful house museum is filled with an excellent array of 17th and 18th century furnishings and art that was collected by the last owner of the house.
The perfect setting for a romantic outing or a picturesque day with family, Falls Park on the Reedy guarantees a great time. Feel free to roam through the gardens, or to stop and take in the sights of Reedy River Falls from Liberty Bridge. The park has no entrance fee and is open every day of the week from 7a to 9p. Call or see the website for more information!
The Liberty Bridge is located in lovely Falls Park, on the corners connecting South Main Street and East Camperdown Way. The bridge crosses over the Reedy River, and connects the West End neighborhood of Greenville with the Downtown. The bridge is unique in that it has a distinctive curved shape, and is held up by masts and cables that are cantilevered away from the bridge at sharp angles, giving the impression that the bridge is floating.
This beautiful park features two breathtaking waterfalls, scenic overlooks, six landscaped garden areas, nature trails, a lovely pond, and a land bridge. The 1838 Falls Cottage that once served as the home of the George Dyer family and shoe business is located within the park, as well as a historic grist mill and informative plaques that provide details related to history and native species of the trees located inside the park.
Greenville is a thriving city in the Upstate Region of South Carolina. From their scenic, award-winning Main Street to their city parks and downtown area, Greenville has constructed a community that has retained its sense of small town hospitality while growing to include a wide-range of diversity. Greenville's identity as a flourishing city is underscored by their regular festivals and fairs many of which are free and open to the public.
This beautiful, historic church features a custom made Casavant Pipe Organ, as well as an educational wing and a gymnasium in the Symmes-Wilson Building.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this magnificent, copper roofed house is surrounded by five acres of elegantly charming gardens and is presently the headquarters for the Greenville Council of Gardens Club. The picturesque house may be rented for weddings, family reunions, receptions, and other special events and occasions.
Located in the heart of Greenville's Downtown area, the Bi-Lo Center is your obvious halt if you are looking for a change from the boring and mundane routine. From musical shows and dramas to sports events and fun fairs, the Center is an entertainment hub for residents as well as tourists of Greenville. If you are the studious type, keep an eye for the programs on the latest scientific inventions. Tickets can be bought at the box office or you can also order them online. Visit the Center's website for more information.
Also known as Greenville Woman's Club, Fountain Fox Beattie House is an Italianate-style house and was built in 1834 by Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Fox Beattie. Fountain Fox Beattie built it for his bride, Emily Edgeworth . The historic house is located in Greenville, South Carolina and was registered in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Originally much smaller, Fountain Fox Beattie House was later enlarged. It was moved from its original location at East North Street to 8 Bennett Street in 1983 owing to the widening of the Church Street and is presently used by the Greenville Woman's Club.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Beattie House is the second oldest residence in Greenville County. Built in 1834, this Georgian-style mansion has a lot to offer in terms of providing beautiful event spaces to visitors. Although owned by the city of Greenville, the property has been leased to the Greenville Woman's Club since 1949. The Club makes the property available for rent for various types of events including wedding receptions, luncheons and recitals. Call ahead for more details.
If you're looking for a good place to take children in the Greenville-Spartanburg area, look no further. Occupying 14 acres (5.7 hectares), the Greenville Zoo houses hundreds of different species of animals from around the globe. Some noteworthy exhibits include the lions, elephants, giraffes, primates and tortoises. Also on the premises are picnic areas, play areas, a concession stand and gift shop. The zoo is open seven days a week from 10a to 4:30p. The cost of admission is USD7.75 for adults and USD4.5 for children. Group discounts are available, and kids under three years of age are always admitted free of charge.