Tourist Attractions in Greenville South Carolina

Are you trying to find tourist attractions in Greenville, SC? So are a lot of other folks who visit the area!

Greenville is kind of lacking in things for tourists to do if you subtract the huge collection of bars and food joints. I certainly wish that I could report that there had been some improvement over the past several years in tourism… but when it comes to things for tourists to do in Greenville South Carolina there are not a large number of options.

Here are few things I suggest for out of town visitors to check out if they are looking for tourist attractions in Greenville. As more things come around I will update this post to help travelers find stuff to do when they visit.

First and foremost allow me to suggest that you make your reservations for the Greenville Ghost Tour while you are in town. Local Psychic, Author and Ghost Hunter Jason Profit has put together the only TRUE tourist attraction in Greenville. Jason happily brings historic knowledge and ghostly tales is the ONLY haunted attraction in Greenville that is open ALL YEAR. Enjoy learning about Greenville on this creepy hour and half long walking tour downtown Greenville, SC every Friday and Saturday evening. 864-248-6472

Roper Mountain Science Center Roper Mountain complex is maintained by the Greenville County School system and helps enhance the curriculum. They are often known for their Christmas Lights called “Roper Mountain Lights” every year near the holidays. They are located on Roper Mountain Road just off I85. Call: 864-281-1188

BMW Zentrum Experience the engineering excellence as only BMW can demonstrate at their state of the art visitors center. Take a virtual tour of the factory and learn more about their drive for quality. Call 1-888-TOURBMW.
1400 Hwy. 101 South, Greer SC 29651

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If you have a tourist attraction that you think should be added then call Jason at: 864-248-6472

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