TripBuzz found 21 free or cheap things to do in or near Greenwood, South Carolina. From Falls Park on the Reedy to The Peace Center, Greenwood offers a variety of inexpensive things to do in the area - including 10 budget-friendly activities and attractions nearby with ratings over 90%.
There are 21 different types of inexpensive things to do and see in or near Greenwood, SC. The most popular types of cheap activities and places to visit include: Historic Sites, Museums, Farms & Ranches and Landmarks.
There are 0 cheap things to do within the city of Greenwood, and 0 cheap things to do in nearby cities within 25 miles.
Palmetto Moonshine was given a state permit to begin distilling the once illegal liquor in 2011, becoming the first micro-distillery of its kind. Take a tour and enjoy a tasting in their distillery where they are using their centuries old recipes to make 'shine'.
Family-owned and operated since 1869, historic Denver Downs Farm, is a working farm dedicated to agri-tourism. Bring your family and enjoy the fun of participating in dozens of attractions like the corn maze, hay rides, rope climbing and more.
With a weekly attendance of more than 26,000 visitors, NewSpring Church, is not your typical Sunday church visit. Featuring a welcoming ministry, programs for people and children of all ages, if you are looking for a change, visit NewSpring today.
Frankie's Fun Park features a racing track for go carts with slick tires, a go cart racing track with many curves, and a go cart figure eight track for beginners. The park also offers a gravity defying drop zone, bumper boats, miniature golf, batting cage, and many other things.
Spartanburg, South Carolina is home to the Walnut Grove Plantation, a historical interpretive center dedicated to regional involvement in slave emancipation and civil rights. Portions of the plantation are also available for weddings and other rentals.
Since 1988, Split Creek Farm, has been making award-winning goat dairy products including milk, artisan cheeses and fudge. Visitors are welcome to tour the operation and visit with the goats, as well as stop by the store to sample the amazing products.
Hartwell Dam is a concrete embankment structure built on the Savannah River. The lake thus formed, known as Lake Hartwell, is a site for a wide range of outdoor activities which include fishing, boating,swimming, kanoeing and more.
Visitors to the Washington-Wilkes Historical Museum in Washington, Georgia enjoy dozens of exhibits at the state's largest historical museum. The majority of exchibits are related to the history of Washington and of Wilkes County.
The gleaming white façade of the Robert Toombs House State Historic Site has come to symbolize the affluent secessionist movement that gripped Georgia during the Civil War. Toombs, a career public servant, became one of the nation's most outspoken secessionists. The museum and its beautiful grounds are open fo…
Greenville, South Carolina is home to Falls Park on the Reedy, a spacious park in the city's western district. The park is free to the public and is a popular spot for walking, cycling, roller blading, dog walking and relaxing in the shade.