Greenville Offers Diversity in Shopping



Go for convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Greenville's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way. Check out the wide variety at places like Cherrydale Point or Downtown. Indoors or outdoors, there's a bounty to be had.


Greer Station


Browse the charming storefronts in historic downtown Greer. Twelve blocks of early-twentieth century brick buildings house an assortment of restaurants and shops including a florist, furniture and antique shops, and shoe and clothing stores....  Read More


Greenville State Farmers Market
Photo courtesy of Michigan Municipal League (MML)


Located just off North Pleasantburg, the State Farmers Market is a short drive from downtown Greenville. The market's main building sells produce such as apples, peanuts, and tomatoes year-round, while a separate shed, open on Saturdays from...  Read More


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Haywood Road
Haywood Road

If you have a one-track mind for shopping, Haywood Road will accommodate your needs. A commercialized area with easy access from I-385, it's the site of Haywood Mall as well as a number of other shopping centers. You can drive along Haywood to...  Read More


The nerve center of Greenville, Downtown is revitalized with Main Street comprised mainly of chic restaurants, trendy bars and stylish shops. Anchored by the Hyatt Regency on one end and the West End on the other, Downtown is lined with huge,...  Read More


Cherrydale Point

Convenient to downtown and Furman University, this shopping center includes an Old Navy, TJ Maxx, Shoe Carnival, Bath and Body Works, Ross Dress for Less, and Cherrydale Cinemas. Nearby dining options include Atlanta Bread Company, Frodo's...  Read More


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Woodruff Road


Packed with well-known national brand businesses, Woodruff Road offers everything from discount megastores to mid-tier shopping. Options include Costco, Target, Total Wine, Barnes & Noble, Old Navy, Shoe Carnival, REI and Whole Foods. The...  Read More


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Augusta Road


Augusta Road is the best of "olde Greenville" but with a modern twist. Graciously lined with trees and some sporadic homes, this mixed-use artery which links I-85 to downtown is also lined with fine boutiques, antique and consignment shops,...  Read More




This compact district abuts Greenville's lush downtown. Just on the other side of Falls Park, this highly walkable part of downtown holds everything from dress boutiques and gift shop emporiums to guitar stores and art galleries. The district...  Read More


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Haywood Road
Haywood Mall


Perhaps Greenville's most popular shopping destination, Haywood Mall offers over 150 stores. Anchored by Sears, JC Penney, Dillard's, Macy's and Belk, the mall's selection includes Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma,...  Read More


This attractive shopping center is anchored by Lowe's, Best Buy, Total Wine, World Market, Barnes & Noble, and several other superstores. Several free-standing brick buildings at the center of the complex house stores such as Ann Taylor...  Read More


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Meet Libby McMillan

A longtime travel journalist, Libby chose her beautiful city after a nationwide search for a new hometown. Greenville's amazing downtown, four mild seasons, varied terrain, friendly residents...  More About Libby

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