Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum

"Shoeless" Joe Jackson, a celebrated baseball player of the early 1900s, gained renewed fame in the movie, "Field of Dreams." This park commemorates the Greenville native's career and his title as "The World's Greatest Slugger." Although his...  Read More

The exquisite Gothic detailing of this historical home is a must-see for those who appreciate architecture and gracious living. Built around 1834, the structure served originally as a private residence and was relocated to its present position....  Read More

North Main

Constructed by a former governor of South Carolina, this magnificent plantation house was built in 1813 as a vacation residence. Its stately setting contributes to the beauty of what is now the oldest home in Greenville. Although it was a...  Read More

Furman University

Founded in 1826, Furman University is a nationally ranked liberal arts college located at the foot of Paris Mountain. Classical red brick buildings, sparkling fountains and meticulous landscaping adorn the 750-acre campus. A paved walking path,...  Read More

Poinsett Bridge

With its moss-covered stones and Gothic arch, this dirt-paved bridge appears practically medieval. It's not, but an 1820 construction date marks it as the oldest bridge in South Carolina. Originally built as part of the road between Greenville...  Read More

Campbell's Covered Bridge

Built at the turn of the last century, this gabled structure stands as the state's only covered bridge. Its solid construction and picturesque setting attract history buffs and tourists alike, and photographers appreciate its nostalgic flavor....  Read More

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