What’s red and blue and costs less now than it did 121 years ago?
Greenville’s downtown electric trolley! Back in 1901 it cost a nickel to ride. Now it’s free! The open-air vintage trolleys are even wheelchair accessible and equipped with bicycle racks.
More people are traveling to the South Carolina Upstate to discover what all the hype is about. Find out why you too should add Greenville, South Carolina to your summer travel plans.
You’ll see evidence of Greenville, South Carolina’s art scene throughout the city—from private galleries, to public art of all forms. But it’s our public art that’s perhaps most impressive. Interested in seeing some of it for yourself? Find out more…