Discover Greenville, South Carolina
Forbes Magazine named Greenville one of “America’s Best Downtowns,” and it’s no wonder. Featuring a one-of-a-kind “floating” suspension bridge and set against the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville is home to a vibrant arts scene, popular annual festivals, plus numerous historic sites and museums. Excellent interstate access and nearby Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) make for easy travel to and from Greenville.
On historic Augusta Road, less than a mile from downtown Greenville, and bordered by some of the Upstate’s most desirable neighborhoods, you’ll find one of Greenville’s oldest and most prestigious shopping districts. Augusta Street, or Augusta Road as it is referred to locally, is home to some of the finest boutiques in the Upstate. A variety of specialty shops, fine clothing stores, flower shops, health food markets, and decorating resource centers can be found near old-fashioned hardware stores and a wide range of restaurants. Augusta Road is also the location of Greenville’s first, and still very active, shopping center. The businesses in this area not only provide convenient shopping to support the nearby neighborhoods, but also attract visitors from across the city and beyond. For decades, the Augusta Road area has been regarded as one of the Upstate’s most coveted areas to live, work, and play.
Waterstone on Augusta has risen as a new centerpiece of assisted living and memory care in this globally recognized American city. Our community blends into an established, desired neighborhood just five minutes from Main Street and downtown Greenville. With over 100 restaurants, local and national boutiques, plus cultural venues including museums, libraries, and theaters, Greenville is becoming a destination city.
We are within two miles of the major hospitals in the area, including Greenville Health System (nationally ranked by U.S. News and World Report) and Bon Secours St. Francis Downtown Hospital. Colleges and universities abound in the area, including Furman University, North Greenville University, Greenville Technical College, and the University of South Carolina Upstate, which includes the USC School of Medicine Greenville. Whether you are living in Greenville or just visiting, you’ll appreciate our old-fashioned Southern hospitality. Preserving the old, thriving in the new.
Falls Park on the Reedy – Birthplace of the city, home to Liberty Bridge, gardens, trails, and outdoor sculptures.
Peace Center Amphitheater – Multiple performance venues on an exceptional six-acre campus.
West End Fluor Field – Home of the Green Drive, High-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. With many replications of its parent Fenway Park, this is one of Greenville’s most popular tourist attractions.
Greenville Zoo – Go wild at this award-winning educational habitat and conservation center. Fun for all ages.