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Greenville is largest city in and the county seat of Greenville County in South Carolina, United States. Regarded as the ‘Textile Capital of the World’ a hundred years ago, the city is now a glorious sum of historical monuments and commercial skyscrapers. Greenville accounts for the top spot on your itinerary this year for its beloved range of tourist delights like shopping, sightseeing, annual events and cultural festivals- a surreal experience that can be best topped by its visual arts, live music, comedies and sports events.
Greenville County Museum of Art
The Greenville County Museum of Art in Greenville is home to a superlative collection of artworks related to American art, and to the centre of its reputation is the world’s largest public collection of watercolors by the famous artist Andrew Wyeth. Furthering ahead on its artistic spectrum is a stunning range of masterpieces by noted artists like Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns and Romare Bearden and local artists like Henrietta Johnston.
Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery
Bob Jones University of Museum and Gallery in Greenville is home to an extensive display of European Old Masters painting collection from 14th to 19th centuries, and is best known for some of the best Italian Baroque paintings in the United States. Also of note here is a collection by eminent artists like Rubens and Le Brun across a stunning backdrop of period furniture, sculpture, tapestries and porcelains.
Falls Park on the Reedy
The birthplace of Greenville city, Falls Park on the Reddy is located adjacent to downtown Greenville in the historic West End district. It was founded on 26 acres of reclaimed land that was once used by textile mills. Its star attraction is a bridge that curves around a waterfall on the Reedy River. Every year, the park hosts the Upstate Shakespeare Festival in the summer.