611 West Wade Hampton Blvd. , Greer, SC, US, 29650
- Phone: (864) 848-4995
- Fax: (864) 469-7776
The first church built in Greenville, this beautiful Gothic Revival church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and includes a cemetery where notable Greenville citizens such as Vardry McBee, the town's founder, are buried. Tours of the church and grounds are available by appointment.
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.
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.
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.
Pleasantly blending several architectural styles, this anachronistic stone castle is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is comprised in part of stones gathered from the old Vardy McBee grist mill that can be dated back to 1776. Prominent features of the mansion include a grand, sweeping mahogany staircase, Waterford crystal chandeliers, rich cherry woodwork, mahogany covered walls, and Italian tiles.
Fun and enjoyment for the whole family can be found at this amusement park that features three go-cart tracks, bumper boats, three miniature golf courses, an arcade, a Laser Tag area, and a pizza shop.
Formerly the home of James Clement Furman, the first president of Furman University, this magnificent 4,960 square foot Antebellum mansion now serves as the university's alumni house. Features of the mansion include a glass enclosed garden room that serves as a meeting room, as well as two large rooms located near the entrance that are available for receptions and gatherings.
Pampered all-inclusive vacations for families in Greenville and other parts of the western Carolinas.
Sitting next to the only BMW manufacturing plant in the United States, this unique site is the only BMW museum in North America and offers visitors a chace to travel down BMW's legendary past and glimpse its future. Visitors can experience the creation of a Z3 roadster, from start to finish, while at this site or enjoy dining at the onsite cafe. Daily plant and museum tours are available.
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.
A family owned and operated 120-acre farm in the Cheddar Community just outside of Belton, Callaham Orchards & Specialties allows visitors to pick their own produce, including peaches, nectarines, apples, plums, berries and muscadines. Play with farm animals and enjoy some home-churned ice cream during your visit. Pre-arranged special farm tours that include hayrides are available. The fruit season begins in June and ends in October.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this functioning 19th century water powered gristmill features most of its original components and is one of only two mills using original parts left in Oconee and Pickens counties.