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10 Attractions to Explore Near Upcountry History Museum

Upcountry History Museum
Upcountry History Museum540 Buncombe St, Greenville, SC 29601, USA

The Upcountry History Museum is a history museum in Greenville, South Carolina that displays the regional history of fifteen upstate South Carolina counties from the early 18th century to the present.

Nearby Attractions

Liberty Bridge
Liberty Bridge1.41 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

The Liberty Bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy is a pedestrian bridge in Greenville, South Carolina.The bridge has a curved clear span over the river that curves away from the falls, providing visitors with an aerial amphitheater from which to view the cascading water.

Falls Park on the Reedy
Falls Park on the Reedy1.42 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

Falls Park on the Reedy is located in downtown Greenville's Historic West End. It is one of Greenville's greatest treasures. The park serves as an oasis within the city - a place where people gather to work, play and celebrate life.

Rock Quarry Garden
Rock Quarry Garden1.83 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

The Rock Quarry Garden is a secluded retreat located in Cleveland Park in the heartof downtown Greenville. Long used for wedding ceremonies and professional photoshoots, thebeautifully maintained garden, with its unique combination of rock, water,and flora, makes the perfect backdrop.

Greenville Zoo
Greenville Zoo1.90 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

At the 14-acre Greenville Zoo, you can visit wildlife from around the world any day of the week. The zoo features African lions, Masai giraffes and several species of primates. In addition to the wild animal exhibits, the zoo contains a farm exhibit that features domestic animals and a reptile house featuring lizards, frogs, reptiles, and snakes.

Monaghan Mill
Monaghan Mill2.33 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

Lewis Wardlaw Parker and Thomas Fleming Parker founded Monaghan Mill in 1900, three years later than Poe Mill. This mill stayed opened until 2001, unusual for a industry that faded decades earlier, but keeping intact this beautiful place that now houses loft apartments.The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Paris Mountain State Park
Paris Mountain State Park9.10 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

The park is located just 15 minutes from the city, making it a convenient escape for adventure seekers looking to enjoy a bit of solitude away from the city. Activities available in the 1,540-acre park include hiking, biking, swimming and picnicking. The Lake Placid offers swimming, boating, and fishing.

Lake Conestee Nature Preserve
Lake Conestee Nature Preserve10.13 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

Lake Conestee Nature Preserve consists of approximately 400 acres of beautiful natural habitat on the Reedy River just 6 miles south of downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The preserve contains both hardwood and evergreen forest, extensive wetlands, and rich diversity of reptiles, mammals, and birds.

Pelham Mill Park
Pelham Mill Park16.07 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

The scenic and historic elements of the park include a masonry dam and overlook where visitors can view architectural remains of the old mill and the cascading shoals of the Enoree River. Pelham Mill is recognized by the National Register of Historic Places and Greenville County Historic Preservation Commission as a historic site.

Stoneledge Park
Stoneledge Park24.99 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

Ledges State Park is a state park of Iowa, USA. The park contains a sandstone gorge carved by Pea's Creek, a tributary of the Des Moines River. The gorge is 100 feet deep in places, with concretions jutting from the cliffs.

Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve
Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve41.35 KMs away from Upcountry History Museum

A 10 acre public garden which was located at 820 John B. White Sr. Blvd. in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Admission is free and the garden is open to the public during daylight hours. The collection includes pines, spruces, firs, larches, yews, junipers, cedars, cypresses, and sequoias as well as some deciduous conifers such as the Bald Cypress and so more.