Top 5 Reasons to Meet in Greenville
It seems everyone is hailing Greenville a wow-worthy destination, long after their lanyards are off. One visit to Greenville, one walk down our tree-lined Main Street or through Falls Park on the Reedy, one unforgettable meal - is all it takes to fall head over heels in love. Here are our top five reasons why you should be considering Greenville for your next meeting or event:
Nestled into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville is conveniently located halfway between Atlanta and Charlotte, providing excellent highway access. (Fun fact: we're withing driving distance of 50% of the country!) Additionally, Greenville-Spartanburg (GSP) International Airport features more than 100 daily non-stops and is located just 20 minutes outside of downtown.
2. One word...food
Wrap your mind (and your waistline) around our culinary scene...Greenville has all the ingredients to boost your group's brain power and productivity. With more than 110 restaurants within walking distance of any downtown hotel, your attendees are sure to find something to suit their taste buds. Insider tip: pack your stretchy pants!
3. Walkable, safe downtown
Our award-winning, pedestrian-friendly Main Street features 10 city blocks of delightful distractions. From inventive restaurants to locally owned boutiques, craft coffee shops, galleries and public art your group can immerse themselves in a unique blend of traditional Southern charm and contemporary cool they won't find anywhere else.
4. Falls Park on the Reedy
Did we mention the ridiculously picturesque 32-acre park sitting in the heart of downtown Greenville? Falls Park on the Reedy is complete with a 40-foot natural waterfall and the one-of-a-kind floating pedestrian Liberty Bridge. Falls Park has been named a “Top U.S. Park” by TripAdvisor several years in a row, along with the likes of Central Park and Golden Gate Park.
5. Unique Venues & Activities
If you're looking for the kind of space that sparks magic and inspires greatness, look no further. Greenville offers unique venues with a rare combination of past-meets-present-perfection. For example, the open air Wyche Pavilion on the Reedy River, originally built in 1904 as a paint shop for carriages. Or the Old Cigar Warehouse, used in the late 1800's to store cigars and cotton.
If adventure-seeking and team-building are on your agenda, Greenville's got a lineup of unique experiences to offer. Get behind the wheel at the BMW Performance Center, catch a Single A Greenville Drive baseball game at Fluor Field at the West End, or head out to the mountains and enjoy ziplining, kayaking, horseback waterfall tours and more.