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Local Points of Interest Near Greenville and Spartanburg

Greer Heritage Museum

The Greer Heritage Museum in Greenville, South Carolina is a treasure trove of local history and culture, capturing the essence of the region’s past. Nestled in the heart of the city, this museum showcases an array of fascinating exhibits that weave a rich tapestry of stories from early settlers to modern times. Kempton of Greenville residents can enjoy local historic collections, including:

  • Hawkins family collection
  • Dean Campbell collection
  • Peach Festival collection
  • Local artifacts and other historic documents

Through meaningful and educational experiences, you’ll learn about the great history of Greer and feel a deep connection to your community.

Roper Mountains Science Center

The Roper Mountain Science Center in Greenville, South Carolina is a captivating nexus where nature meets knowledge. Spend a day enjoying one-of-a-kind exhibits like the Darrell W. Harrison Hall of Natural History or the fan-favorite Butterfly Garden.

The magic of science never loses its wonder. Visit Roper Mountains Science Center to reignite your natural curiosity.

Greenville Country Museum of Art

The Greenville County Museum of Art is the premier American art museum in the South. Home to the largest collection of Andrew Wyeth watercolors and a unique collection of paintings and prints by Jasper Johns, this museum is a must-visit near Spartanburg.

Greenville Zoo

Take a trip to the wild side at Greenville Zoo. Home to creatures from all parts of the animal kingdom, Greenville Zoo is a wonderful way to spend a day. Support conservation efforts while learning about an array of different species.

Oak Grove Lake Park

Oak Grove Lake Park is a beautiful 65-acre park full of hardwood forests and wetlands. Complete with picnic tables and walking trails, this historic park offers all you need for an afternoon well spent.

Pelham Mill Park

If you’re searching for a natural oasis away from the congestion of city life, Pelham Mill Park has exactly what you’re looking for. This one-of-a-kind park is full of historic sights such as an old masonry dam, the remains of the old mill and the cascading shoals of the Enoree River.

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Kempton of Greenville

Formerly Oakleaf Village at Greenville

1560 Thornblade Blvd
Greer, SC 29650