Plan Your Trip to Greenville

For the City’s Favorite Festival

We’re so glad you’re coming! Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville, South Carolina promises a unique southern experience. With our quaint downtown shops, world-class museums, and some of the best restaurants in the region, you’re sure to fall in love with our growing city.

Getting to Greenville

Whether you are flying or driving into Greenville, traveling into the city is a breeze.

Heading in from the GSP Airport or Charlotte?
  • Take I-85 South to I-385 North
  • Follow I-385 into downtown
  • Take a left on Main Street, follow Main Street into the West End or into any of the City’s parking garages.
Heading in from Atlanta?
  • Take I-85 North to I-385 North
  • Follow I-385 into downtown
  • Take a left on Main Street, follow Main Street into the West End or into any of the City’s parking garages.

Where to Stay

As an out of town guest, you can choose from a variety of hotel accommodations, suitable for any budget.

Host Hotels

Hampton Inn & Suites

171 Riverplace
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 271-8700

Westin Poinsett Hotel

120 S. Main St.
Greenville, SC 29601
864-421-9700

Hyatt Regency

220 N. Main St.
Greenville, SC 29601
864-235-1234

Embassy Suites

250 Riverplace
Greenville, SC 29601
864-263-4800

Courtyard by Marriot

50 West Broad St.
Greenville, SC 29601
864-451-5700

Looking for Something Else?

Parking for Artisphere

Parking in Greenville is affordable and easy.

With 14 different parking decks scattered between each end of downtown Greenville, you should have no trouble finding a place to park for the day, or the entire weekend.

ART Around town

The art scene in Greenville is thriving, even when it’s not Artisphere weekend. Check out these exhibits around town all year round. 

PUBLIC ART SCULPTURES

Artisphere Dedicates Public Sculpture to Celebrate 15h Anniversary

Spindle is the 4th piece the festival has commissioned since 2005

In celebration of the 15th Anniversary of Artisphere presented by TD Bank, the festival commissioned artist Blessing Hancock (Phoenix, AR) to create a public sculpture commemorating the milestone occasion. The piece was dedicated to the City of Greenville in a public ceremony on April 8th.

Situated on the Plaza in the Village of West Greenville, Spindle (a straight spike used for spinning and twisting fibers into yard) pays homage to Greenville’s former life as the “Textile Center of the World.”

Funded by the City of Greenville’s Arts in Public Places Commission as well as private foundations and individual donors, the project took over a year to complete from RFP to installation.

READ THE PRESS RELEASE
 

Spindle at Daytime

 

Spindle at Nighttime

More Fun in Greenville

Explore the Whole City!

Come a few days early or stay a few days late and explore all that Greenville has to offer. Greenville isn’t popping up on ‘must travel to’ lists for no reason.