Experience Taylors, SC, a charming community in the Upstate region with a heritage deeply rooted in the textile industry. Stroll through its welcoming streets, savor local cuisine, and enjoy the warm Southern hospitality that makes every visit special.
A Town Called Taylors
Taylors, which is not an incorporated town, is Greenville’s largest suburb. Its prime location directly north of scenic downtown Greenville with easy access to everything from shopping to interstates has made it a popular place to live. Taylors’ historic hub centers on the Southern Bleachery (now an event venue) and Piedmont Print Works Mill, which was once a bustling textile hub employing more than a thousand people. Now known as Taylors Mill, this once-defunct industrial complex has been reborn as a gathering place. You’ll find Pinky’s Revenge Arcade & Game Lounge, The Blue Ox Hatchet House (an axe-throwing venue), diverse food options, and many more things to do.
You don’t have to be a train fanatic to enjoy Model Trains Station in Taylors Mill. This family-friendly destination has more than a dozen custom-model trains on display. All aboard!
Stop by The Farehouse and explore a diverse menu—everything from pizza and pasta to shrimp and grits and Sunday brunch.
Enjoy a craft beer at 13 Stripes Brewery, a 10-barrel brewhouse. The brewery operates daily and features events ranging from Trivia Tuesday to beer stein pottery workshops.
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