Unique Things To Do In Greenville

Greenville, South Carolina is considered “hometown” to many residents of The Cliffs communities. This thriving small-ish town with a city feel has become a staple on top ten lists and its southern charm combined with progressive ideas has put it on the map. Many are just now discovering the unique attributes of Greenville and relishing this hidden gem. However, folks at The Cliffs Communities have known about Greenville and its distinct flavor for quite a while now. Many are familiar with the attractions like the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail and the Roper Mountain Science Center, but there is an eclectic side too that is just waiting to be discovered.

If you are new to the area or considering purchasing a stunning luxury property in one of the seven Cliffs’ communities, Justin Winter Sotheby’s International Real Estate and our team of expert Realtors wants to let you in on some of the adventures to be had in the great city of Greenville. We love the area and know that you will too. Let’s discover the unexpected side of Greenville!

Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum

The story of Joe Jackson is a rich and fabled one. This hometown Greenville boy made it in the big leagues of baseball for his prowess in the outfield and his connection to the 1919 World Series in which he was accused of attempting to throw the game. Baseball fans and history lovers alike will find the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum a delight, shoes optional!

Mice on Main

All along Greenville’s Main Street you can find several sculptures of mice hidden amongst the buildings and businesses. Inspired by Goodnight Moon, Jim Ryan teamed up with local sculptor, Zan Wells, to create the sculptures for his senior project in 2000. The mice can be found all along Main Street. Mice on Main is a great way to discover Greenville with children in tow.

There is so much to see and experience while in Greenville. Whether you choose to stay on the beaten path or discover your own way, you won’t be disappointed.

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