Weekend in Greenville – Day 1: Walks around Greenville

Welcome to Greenville! Today you'll visit the City Museum of Fine Arts and the Zoo, as well as walk the most interesting routes.
Weekend in Greenville

Trip duration: 2 days

Gvenet Bloom

NoMa Square


NoMa is the largest square in the city center, and one of Greenville's favorite leisure destinations. It is home to local music bands, sports events and masterclasses. In the fall, it even hosts its own Oktoberfest!

Greenville County Museum of Art

Art Galleries

After looking at the chopped asymmetrical forms of the building, one can assume that it's a museum of contemporary art. However, there are also works by classics such as the outstanding portraitist George Healy.

Barley’s Taproom & Pizzeria

Pizza Places, Bars

After viewing the museum collection, go for lunch. Barley's Taproom & Pizzeria is the perfect place for that. And here, perhaps, is the largest selection of beers in the entire city.

Greenville Zoo


At Greenville Zoo you can watch the amazing inhabitants of the jungle and savannah. You can buy animal food at the entrance. Educational programs and workshops for children are regularly held here.

Liberty Bridge


A walk along the Reedy River will lead you to the Liberty Bridge, where you can take beautiful pictures against the background of river rapids.

Soby's New South Cuisine

Southern / Soul Food Restaurants

We'll finish our acquaintance with Greenville with dinner at a restaurant with excellent cuisine and cozy loft interiors. Low country cooking in modern style!