Arts & Entertainment

Greenville's growth includes a burgeoning cultural scene, supporting local artists and performance along with regional and national talent. The city landscape provides homes for more than 60 works of public art. The Riverwalk is filled with local artist's studios. Art is alive, well and expanding in Greenville.

The city is home to collections of great American artists such as Andrew Wyeth and Jasper Johns as well as one of the world's finest collections of religious art. Sports enthusiasts can make a pilgrimage to baseball legend Shoeless Joe Jackson's house, converted to a museum in the city's West End. More about Museums
Performing Arts
Arts abound in Greenville. Enjoy nationally-touring acts at The Well, a 17,000-foot arena. See a Broadway performance at the acoustically-amazing Peace Center for Performing Arts. Explore a rich environment that supports three local theaters. Add in the award-winning Greenville Symphony Orchestra and you have an art scene constantly in motion.

Art in Public Places
Dozens of public art pieces adorn the Greenville landscape. Explore the city's diverse collection. Or just relax while the kids hunt for Greenville's whimsical bronze Mice on Main.

Find the finest entertainment venues throughout the city. From the Fenway-inspired Fluor Field to Bon Secour Wellness arena, Greenville hosts national sports competitions and entertainers.