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Chapman Cultural Center - A three-building cultural campus bringing together the performing and visual arts, science and history in a variety of hands-on interactive exhibits, art and dance studios and an intimate 500 seat proscenium theater, centered around a public plaza

South Carolina Botanical Garden - The mission of the South Carolina Botanical Garden is to serve as an interdisciplinary public garden whose focus is research and education in the areas of botanical and cultural conservation and the environment. The Garden is a 288-acre public garden offering a diversity of cultivated and natural landscapes and year-round public programming.

Frankie's Fun Park - Serves up Great Rides, Great Food and Great Times. Go-Karts, Miniature Golf, Bumper Boats, Amusement Rides, Laser Tag, Batting Cages and an awesome Arcade. Frankie's Grill dishes out tasty food and drinks. Sized up for little kids, big kids and those who still think they're kids.

Hollywild Animal Park - Nestled on over 100 acres, Hollywild is home to one of the largest private collections of rare and exotic animals in the Southeast. Many of the animals are 'ZooperStars' of movies and commercials. Don't miss Outback Safari which consists of over 80 acres teaming with herds of free-roaming animals. Guides will drive you through the Outback aboard special safari buses.

Roper Mountain Science Center - The primary mission of the center is to foster enhanced learning and growth opportunities through educational excellence and high quality instructional programs for students, teachers, and the general public. Science enrichment programs are presented in an exciting and entertaining manner that makes learning fun.

The Children's Museum of the Upstate - The Children's Museum exists to ignite a passion for learning - empowering all children to discover their full potential and expand their view of themselves and the world.

South Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame - Portraits by acclaimed sports artist Wayland Moore, a Belton native, are featured. The Hall of Fame also contains memorabilia from coaches, players, and tennis professionals with South Carolina connections.

BMW Zentrum - This is no ordinary museum. And these are no ordinary exhibits. Some have reached 340 mph, some have won Formula 1 championships, some have starred in James Bond movies and some, like the Dixie Ihle, have inspired decades of craftsmanship, creativity and dreams.

Bob Campbell Geology Museum - Houses an impressive collection of over 10,000 rocks, minerals, fossils, lapidary objects (carvings, gemstones), and artifacts (mining equipment, Native American tools). The BCGM has become a premier learning institution focusing on making connections between people and their environment.

Duke Energy's World Of Energy - Located at Oconee Nuclear Station in Seneca, Duke Energy's World of Energy is an exciting way to learn about electricity in a fun, interactive environment.

Greenville County Museum of Art - Offers its visitors a way to sample the very best in American art through traveling exhibitions and exhibitions drawn from its own collection.

Greenville Zoo - An amazing animal kingdom with 14 acres packed full of family entertainment. You will enjoy wildlife from around the world, such as: exotic cats, miniature deer, giant tortoises, elephants and more.

Peace Center - The Center features Broadway performances, internationally known artists, and world class concerts.

South Carolina Children's Theatre - Productions bring wonder and excitement to the stage through a commitment to quality family-oriented theatre. Five productions yearly at the Gunter Theatre at the Peace Center in downtown Greenville. All ages welcome to join as a member of the audience, an actor, or part of the Production Crew.

Spartanburg Art Museum - A regional museum which features three galleries exhibiting local, regional and national artists that change every eight weeks. The museum also has a permanent collection featuring 20th-century art and 'The Girl with Red Hair' by Robert Henri.

Upcountry History Museum - Experience three centuries of Upcountry South Carolina history through state-of-the-art interactive multi-media exhibits at the Upcountry History Museum.

Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery - The building contains 30 galleries displaying Italian, Spanish, French, English, Flemish, Dutch, and German sacred art from the 13th through the 19th centuries. More than 400 works are displayed by major artists.

Museum and Library of Confederate History - The 16th South Carolina Volunteers Museum of Confederate History boasts a large and growing collection of artifacts and memorabilia from the War Between the States. The collection includes firearms, photographs, flags, edged weapons, currency, clothing, letters, newspapers, and other items from military and home life.

Spartanburg Science Center - The primary goal of the Science Center is to foster an appreciation of and respect for the environment and the world of science. With this goal in mind, the Science Center is designed to fascinate the minds of the curious and to excite the imagination of Spartanburg residents of all ages. It is also a place to pursue new interests and experiences.

Shipwreck Cove - It is one of the region's most exciting, family-friendly water parks and destinations for families and kids of all ages! Shipwreck Cove is a cool place to be during the summer.