GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

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3 Popular Attractions In South Carolina

  • Middleton Place: Historical landscaped gardens, located in Charleston, South Carolina.
  • South Carolina Facts:

    • The Black River Swamp Preserve is located near Andrews. This slow-moving river is characterized by high concentrations of organic carbon, which accounts for the tea-colored water and gives rise to the diverse habitats in its widespread floodplain.
    • The Board of Public Works in Gaffney built an elevated water storage tank in the shape of a peach in 1981.
    • Red Spider Lilies were first planted in the US, in the Willington-Mt. Carmel area when Dr. James Morrow sent them and other plants from the Orient while he served as surgeon with Commodore Perry’s expedition to open trade with Japan.
    • The Charleston Museum in Charleston, South Carolina, is the first museum in America. It was founded in 1773 and opened to the public in 1824.
    • And Angel Oak isn't the only outstanding tree in South Carolina. Congaree National forest is home to greater than two dozen “” champ trees,”” trees which are the largest sampling of their kind. Congaree has the highest possible focus of champ trees of anyplace in America and also one of the highest possible concentrations in the world. If you like trees, Congaree is your location.
    Columbia, South Carolina
    City of Columbia Fall skyline of Columbia SC from Arsenal Hill.jpg
    Flag of Columbia, South Carolina

    Official seal of Columbia, South Carolina

    Nicknames:

    “Soda City”[1]
    Motto(s):

    Justitia Virtutum Regina (Latin)
    “Justice, the Queen of Virtues”
    Location in Richland County and the state of South Carolina

    Location in Richland County and the state of South Carolina
    Columbia is located in South Carolina

    Columbia
    Columbia
    Location within South Carolina

    Columbia is located in the United States

    Columbia
    Columbia
    Location within the United States

    Coordinates:

    34°0′2″N 81°2′5″W / 34.00056°N 81.03472°W / 34.00056; -81.03472Coordinates: 34°0′2″N 81°2′5″W / 34.00056°N 81.03472°W / 34.00056; -81.03472 Country United States State South Carolina County Richland, Lexington Approved March 22, 1786 Chartered (town) 1805 Chartered (city) 1854 Named for Columbia (personification) Government

    •Mayor Daniel Rickenmann (R) Area

    •Total 139.64sqmi (361.68km2) •Land 136.78sqmi (354.25km2) •Water 2.87sqmi (7.43km2) 2% Elevation

    292ft (89m) Population

    •Total 136,632 •Rank SC: 2nd; US: 205th •Density 962.70/sqmi (371.70/km2) •Urban

    549,777 (US: 75th) •MSA (2020)

    829,470 (US: 70th) •CSA (2020)

    951,412 (US: 60th) Time zone UTC-5 (Eastern (EST)) •Summer (DST) UTC-4 (EDT) ZIP code(s)
    29201-29212, 29214-29230, 29240, 29250, 29260, 29290, 29292
    Area code(s) 803, 839 FIPS code 45-16000 GNIS feature ID 1245051[3] Website www.columbiasc.net

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    Greenville is a city in South Carolina. It’s home to the Greenville County Museum of Art, with works by Southern artists spanning several centuries. Exhibits at the Upcountry History Museum tell the story of upstate South Carolina. Falls Park on the Reedy has riverside gardens, a suspension bridge and waterfall views. Multi-use trails wind around lakes and hills in Paris Mountain State Park, north of the city.

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    8 thoughts on “GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

    1. I would have included the Children's Museum. It is really something special. Also, the Riverwalk is very nice. Collectively, all of the wonderful and unique restaurants should have been mentioned.

    2. We don't have an elephant at the zoo anymore. We haven't had elephants for over 15 years. The last elephant died and they have turned the exhibit into something else. Why would you put up an old photo of our last elephant that died like 15 years ago in this video? Weird.

    3. As pretty the Reedy is, DO NOT play in the water. Though its been cleaned up these past few decades its still not safe to ingest

      The zoo is nice but no elephants since one (or two?) died. There is a little memorial for their death(s). Id recommend seeing if they have any events going on.

      Haywood mall is great tho it feels disconnected from everything else and is a ways away. Thats just my opinion

      I didn't even know we had a BMW museum. Gotta visit.

      I highly recommend going to all parks. Not just reedy

      Edit: Paris Mountain is a great place to hike, most trails arnt too strenuous and bikers enjoy it too. I think on saturdays its only hikers no bikes. Fishing is good, but be careful if you plan to eat anything. Again, waterways have been cleaned but many places are still too contaminated to eat the fish. Greenville water was also voted as the best tasting water in the nation and top 50 in the world, can say tap tastes better than any bottled water. Tho fiji water is nice. Roper Mountain is amazing to visit, I volunteered there a lot and its very friendly and packed with science anf nature.

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