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Explore the Spirit of the East on a Charter Bus in Greenville, North Carolina

The seat of Pitt County, Greenville is home to more than 89,000 people. Get on a charter bus in Greenville, North Carolina and have a vacation in the city this weekend.

A charter bus in Greenville, North Carolina can take you to:

Arts & Culture

Check out the art exhibits at Art Avenue, City Art Gallery, Emerge Gallery and Art Center, Uptown Art Supply & Gallery, or the Strickland Art Gallery. Or how about going to the Wellington B. Gray Gallery, where you can view its African art collection, ceramics, and several Larry River Prints, among others? You can also check the works of Nelle Lee Hayes at Art Room.

You can also head out to the Greenville Museum of Art, where you can see samples of 19th- and 20th-century American art. Then you can dance at the Folk Art Society of Greenville, or hear the Greenville Choral Society perform at various venues in the city. Further, you can watch productions at the Magnolia Arts Center and the Smiles & Frowns Playhouse. You can also catch the Sunday in the Park Summer Concert Series, which happens every Sunday at the Greenville Toyota Amphitheatre.

And if these are not enough, head out to the East Carolina University and see their arts related venues and events such as the Billy Taylor Jazz Festival, S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series, the Opera Theatre, Loessin Playhouse, Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival, and the Family Fare Series.

Restaurants & Shopping

There are several places to go to for some antique shopping. These include Dapper Dan's, Dickinson Avenue Antique Market, The Venue: Vintage Shoppes and Antique Mall, and Tori’s Treasure Chest.

You can also go to these shopping centers in the city: Arlington Plaza, Arlington Shoppes, Arlington Village, Bells Fork Square, Boulevard Shoppes, Eastgate Village, Greenville Mall, Greenville Square, La Promenade, Lynncroft Shopping Center, Lynndale Shoppes, New River Pottery, Rivergate Shopping Center, South Park Shopping Center, and Turnbury Square.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

There are four golf courses in the city that you can play in. Choose from Brook Valley Country Club, Greenville Country Club, Bradford Creek Golf Course, or at Ironwood Golf & Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are 15 sites in Greenville that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For one, there’s the Dickinson Avenue Historic District, which has 12 acres’ worth of nearly three dozen contributing buildings and three contributing structures that were built from the 1900s through the 1950s. The architectural styles you could find here are classical revival and early commercial designs. Other historic districts you could go to include College View Historic District, the Greenville Commercial Historic District, the Greenville Tobacco Warehouse Historic District, and the Skinnerville-Greenville Heights Historic District.

Then you have the Pitt County Courthouse, which was designed by Milburn & Heister in the 1910s tand has a classical revival architecture. You also have historic houses such as the James L. Fleming House, which was built in 1901 and has a Queen Anne architecture designed by Barber and Klutz. Other houses on the list include the E. B. Ficklen House, Greenwreath, Jesse R. Moye House, Jones-Lee House, Oakmont, William H. Long House, and the Robert Lee Humber House.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The Greenville Greenways are linear parks where you can jog, hike, bike and just get close to nature. The city also has several parks that you can go to. You can play baseball at Elm Street Park, Guy Smith Park, Matthew Lewis Park at West Meadowbrook, Perkins Complex, South Greenville Park & Recreation Center, and Thomas Foreman Park/Eppes Recreation Center. Or play softball at H. Boyd Lee Park, Jaycee Park, or Westhaven Park. And if you want to shoot some hoops, Drew Steele Center, Eppes Recreation Center, and Sports Connection have basketball courts. The kids will also love the sprayground at Dream Park, where kids also have a play area and grown-ups have a nice spot for picnics. You can also go to Beatrice Maye Floral Garden Park, the Community Pool, Hillsdale Park, Peppermint Park, and Woodlawn Park, among many others.

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