Wondering about the name of this place? Just go one block west of this arena, and you'll find your answer.....
BI-LO is a chain of grocery stores.
It's where you'll see the 'big' venues and concerts as they pass through town.
Hillary Duff was in concert the 2nd night I was here. Um, I decided to have some beers instead.
Bavarians cringe when you mention that the BMW Z-3 is actually assembled here in South Carolina. The quality remains high, and you can see BMW influences all over town.
A visitor's center, with films highlighting BMW's "commitment to engineering and it's neighboring communities" can be seen.
Call to ask about tour reservations.
This former industrial area is being transformed into an eclectic part of town, that connects with nature. The Waterfall was 'rediscovered' in 2002, and the pedestrian paths and bridges focus on that.
If you continue walking down Main Street from the center of town, after crossing the river, you'll find this 'up and coming' historical district.
It's known at the Arts & Entertainment center. There are plenty of Art Studios and small theatres.
The BMW Museum is one of the major attractions of Greenville. It's actually located in the suburb of Greer. It is next to the airport. One can see the museum from Interstate 85. When I was there, I saw a sign that there were factory tours were temporarily suspended. This implies that there were once tours of the factory. There are a number of BMW cars, including James Bond's Z3 convertible that he used in a film. This particular example did not have an air-ro-air missile as was seen in the film. The museum is interesting even though it does not have as many cars as the BMW Museum in Munich, Germany.
If a Broadway show comes to town, this is where you'll see it.
Located on the Heritage Green area, next to the Greenville County Art Museum.
This Park basically surrounds the Reedy River as it flows through town. It houses great paths/trails and the city zoo.
Just a stroll along Main Street will leave you very relaxed. It is tree-covered, with wide sidewalks. Plenty of shops and good places to eat.
If you walk West from downtown on Hampton Street, you'll find a few blocks of wonderfully 'Southern' homes...
This is the host arena for the Clemson Tigers off the campus. The first round of the NCAA tournament was played here in March 2002. The arena is relatively new and is very comfortable.