Five Festivals for Fun in the Greenwood Sun
Spring and summer are festival season in Greenwood, with music, food, fireworks, flowers and fun for everyone.
Find Family Fun in Greenwood This Summer
It's summer—time to get out of your family rut, explore new places and dive into new things in Greenwood County.
Dr. Benjamin E. Mays—Carrying the Torch of Freedom
Considered the intellectual father of the Civil Rights movement, Dr. Mays advised and inspired great names in american history.
Tying the Knot in Greenwood
Greenwood’s popularity as a wedding choice is growing as couples look closer to home for personal, authentic venues that help make their weddings more meaningful.
Double Shot: The Potion That Launched the Swingin’ Medallions
They became a band doing party gigs to make a little extra money, but they grew into a cultural touchstone for their infectious energy and hot horn section.
Dinner Party at the Drive-In
The Auto 25 Drive In is a lovingly maintained cultural icon, where the families of Greenwood find a sense of community.
The ‘Dirt’ on Local Pottery—Beauty From the Earth
With a long history of clay arts, Greenwood continues to encourage new generations of potters to bring vision and beauty from the earth.
Twelve Trails for Exploring Greenwood
Whether you’re an experienced hiker or a novice, an avid cyclist or devoted equestrian, Greenwood can help you to get outdoors and see the world from a different point of view.
Fun for Kids Goes Full Steam Ahead at the Train Museum
History buffs and kids of all ages will love to step back in time to the golden age of rail travel at the Railroad Heritage Center.