MainStay Suites Greenville Airport
2671 Dry Pocket Rd
Greer, SC 29650
Phone: (864) 987-5566
Fax: (864) 675-0305
Regal Hollywood Stadium 20 & RPX is a movie theater under Regal Entertainment Group's franchise. This cinema has many screens, each of which shows the latest Hollywood release. With comfortable seating and the newest in sound and visual technology, it's no wonder this cinema is popular with the locals. This establishment has recently been renovated to easily accommodate its wheelchair-using patrons.
The Carolina Ballet Theatre (CBT) puts on some of the best dance performances in Upstate South Carolina. While they have a separate physical address for their school of ballet, most of their performances are held at the grand Peace Center Concert Hall. Please visit their website to view upcoming shows and ticket prices.
For over 28 years this acclaimed ballet company has presented outstanding performances to sold-out audiences. The company also presents dance education outreach programs throughout the year.
The Davenport or Davenport House is a historical mansion that is now transformed into a classy event venue. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places, it combines best of both the worlds; a perfect combination of old world charm and modern convenience. For venue rentals and other details, check website.
The professional Class A Minor League baseball team of the Boston Red Sox, this baseball club plays 70 exciting home baseball games from April to September. The stadium is a Fenway Park replica.
This club on the eastern edge of Greenville plays a mix of Latin music almost every night of the week. Its massive 9,000-sq. ft. houses a dance floor, restaurant, stage and private VIP tables. If you like Bachata, Merengue or Reggae music, then this is the spot to visit.
Camelot Cinemas is a locally owned and operated movie theater near the McAlister Square Shopping Center. With more than 650 seats, this cinema can accommodate even large groups. With comfortable seating and the newest in sound and visual technology, it's no wonder this cinema is popular with the locals. Its online ticketing system is easy to use and although there is a small convenience charge for its use, users who have registered with Camelot Cinemas get reduced fares. The price of tickets, especially when compared to other corporately owned cinemas, is a bargain.
This state owned facility provides a venue for local farmers to sell their wares. The produce and products will vary based on the season as will the facility's hours of operation. Here is a great place to purchase locally-grown fruits, vegetables and flowers.
Visiting Greenville Chautauqua is a chance to let history come back to life. In essence, it is an interactive history theater. Performers in costume as such luminaries of history as, among others, Mark Twain, Martin Luther King Jr., John Muir, Aalbert Einstein, and visitors are encouraged to ask the historic characters questions as to their life, history and so forth. Every June sees the Chautauqua Festival which features more than 20-some characters. All shows are free and meant for every member of the family.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Beattie House is the second oldest residence in Greenville County. Built in 1834, this Georgian-style mansion has a lot to offer in terms of providing beautiful event spaces to visitors. Although owned by the city of Greenville, the property has been leased to the Greenville Woman's Club since 1949. The Club makes the property available for rent for various types of events including wedding receptions, luncheons and recitals. Call ahead for more details.
The Handlebar: A Listening Room is a premier concert venue in The Upstate that presents artists ranging from Grammy winners to local favorites performing rock
Also known as Greenville Woman's Club, Fountain Fox Beattie House is an Italianate-style house and was built in 1834 by Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Fox Beattie. Fountain Fox Beattie built it for his bride, Emily Edgeworth . The historic house is located in Greenville, South Carolina and was registered in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Originally much smaller, Fountain Fox Beattie House was later enlarged. It was moved from its original location at East North Street to 8 Bennett Street in 1983 owing to the widening of the Church Street and is presently used by the Greenville Woman's Club.