1. Bob Jones Museum & Gallery

    Bob Jones Museum & Gallery

    Located in Greenville, South Carolina, and housed on the campus of Bob Jones University, The Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery is recognized as one of America's finest collections of Italian paintings. The collection is praised for its thorough presentation of the development of Western culture through paintings of the Old Masters.

  2. Center for Creative Arts

    Center for Creative Arts

    Founded by a dedicated group of artists, teachers and community leaders, the Greenville Center for Creative Arts is the anchor for Greenville's visual arts community. The mission of GCCA is to enrich the cultural fabric of our community through visual arts promotion, education and inspiration. GCCA serves the visual arts needs for people of all ages, ethnic diversities and economic circumstances through collaboration with local communities. GCCA provide classes, exhibitions and opportunities to cultivate art appreciation while experiencing Greenville's growing art community.

  3. Greenville County Museum of Art

    Greenville County Museum of Art

    Among the country’s premiere regional American art museums, the Greenville County Museum of Art draws visitors from around the world each year to see work by 2 of the nation’s greatest artists, Andrew Wyeth and Jasper Johns as well as its acclaimed Southern Collection, which ranges from Federal portraits to contemporary abstractions. The GCMA is home to the largest and most complete collection of Wyeth watercolors owned by any public museum in the world. Changing exhibitions and challenging and fun educational offerings make every visit to the Museum a unique experience. The GCMA’s weekly Sundays at 2 program presents a wide range of fun and enriching activities, including Music in the Galleries, Family Art Adventures, and Artists in Action. Summer camps for children and workshops with some of the nation’s top artists round out the offerings. Featuring free admission, the GCMA invites you to come and see what you think!

  4. Greenville Cultural Exchange Center

    Greenville Cultural Exchange Center

    The Greenville Cultural Exchange Center is a haven of historical reflection, research and education. Exhibits, archives, guided tours and meeting spaces will be improved to offer even greater resources for those seeking knowledge and understanding of the City of Greenville's and the region's multi-cultural diversity, contributions and accomplishments.

  5. Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum & Baseball Library

    Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum & Baseball Library

    Visit the home in which baseball legend, "Shoeless Joe," lived and died. Located at 356 Field Street, across from Fluor Field in the West End Hours of operation: Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Free admission. Free parking adjacent to the museum.

  6. The Children's Museum

    The Children's Museum

    At 80,000 square feet, The Children's Museum of the Upstate (TCMU) is the 10th largest children's museum in the world and 7th largest in the country. The museum features 18 exhibit galleries, a traveling exhibit hall, 2 outdoor interactive exhibit spaces and an outdoor programming space. The museum is designed with exhibit components and programs for children birth to 15 years old. Kids and adults can simulate flight into space, design their own Formula 1 race car, or go exploring in the Kaleidoscope Climber. Located on the cultural campus of Heritage Green in Downtown Greenville, TCMU is committed to serving the needs and interests of all children by providing experiences that stimulate curiosity and develop a lifelong love of learning. Whatever your age, TCMU is a place of possibility where children and adults alike can explore, discover, imagine, pretend and be anything!

  7. Upcountry History Museum

    Upcountry History Museum

    The Upcountry History Museum works to promote, present and preserve the history of Upcountry South Carolina through education, research and service. In addition to exhibitions focusing on the region, the museum has a rich educational program and a growing oral history collection. Historical programs are presented throughout the year.