Museums in Greenville, SC

Find museums in Greenville, SC. Listings include The Children's Museum of the Upstate, Upcountry History Museum, Roper Mountain Science Center, Greenville County Museum of Art, Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum and Museum & Library of Confederate History. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 10/21/20
    It’s #WoofWednesday and what better way to spend the day than visiting “The Adventures of Clifford the Big Red Dog!” We are in the finals days of this exhibition, so come on over and hang out with C...
    > Upcountry History Museum
  • 10/20/20
    Explore the history of the Reedy River, traveling back to the time of the Cherokee and Industrialization, up to today’s use of the revitalized river. This lesson meets SC standards for Kindergarten ...
    > Upcountry History Museum
  • 10/11/20
    Henry Martin Gasser (1909-1981) was an American artist, teacher, and author most known for his work in New Jersey and Massachusetts. However, while stationed at Camp Croft in South Carolina during WWI...
    > Greenville County Museum of Art
  • 10/10/20
    Representing the third generation of one of America’s most renowned families of artists, James Browning Wyeth (born 1946) began pursuing his career as an artist at the age of eleven, under the tutelag...
    > Greenville County Museum of Art
  • 10/09/20
    It’s Fur Baby Friday and we couldn’t let it pass without acknowledging this Big Red Dog! The Adventures of Clifford the Big Red Dog will only be here for two more weeks. Come out and play before he p...
    > Upcountry History Museum
  • 10/09/20
    Melville Price (1920-1970) was one of the youngest artists involved in the Abstract Expressionist movement, painting and exhibiting in his 20s alongside Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock. The GCMA...
    > Greenville County Museum of Art
  • 10/08/20
    Today, Marlowe Sigal would have been ninety years old, and we wanted to celebrate with all of you! Visit the Sigal Music Museum today and enjoy free admission as part of the celebration. Bring your ma...
    > Sigal Music Museum
  • 10/08/20
    Linda Fantuzzo (b. 1950) grew up in Endicott, NY and studied painting at The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. In 1974, she relocated to Charleston, where she's been a fixture in the...
    > Greenville County Museum of Art
  • 10/07/20
    A native of Spartanburg, SC, artist Ben Nixon (b. 1981) creates landscape photographs of exceptional beauty. By focusing his lens on unfamiliar terrain, he invites viewers into a mysterious, dreamlike...
    > Greenville County Museum of Art
  • 10/06/20
    Help us celebrate Marlowe Sigal's birthday by visiting the Sensational Sigal Exhibit on Thursday, October 8th, 2020. Admission will be provided to all visitors for free thanks to the support of an ano...
    > Sigal Music Museum
  • 10/06/20
    Happy Birthday week to Beverly Henderson!
    > Sigal Music Museum