greenville county library
Click here to find out about exciting programs for kids of all ages at the Greenville County Library. There are lots of fun things to do at the library, including story time, reading clubs, puppet shows and music programs!
the children’s garden
This interactive multi-themed garden designed to enrich children’s intelligence, creativity and well-being through exploration and discovery is located at Linky Stone Park, a 1.7-acre greenspace along the Reedy River, between downtown Greenville and the revitalized West End. Click here to learn more about the garden.
Click here to see how much you know about staying safe. Try your hand at our safety crossword puzzle and learn important tips on staying safe from everybody’s favorite pooch – McGruff the Crime Dog.
Want to know about different clubs and organizations that help kids? Thinking of joining the Cub Scouts or Girl Scouts? Need to know what kind of programs the YMCA and YWCA have to offer? Click here to get information about services available for kids.
child care referral
The United Way operates a comprehensive child care resource and referral agency. Read more about it, or call 864-467-4800.
greenville youth programs
Click here to check out all the cool programs and events for kids, offered by the City’s Recreation Division. There’s stuff like sports teams for baseball, football, basketball, golf and inline hockey, fishing clubs, art camps, video clubs and a summer youth festival just for kids!
greenville county museum
Did you know that the museum offers art classes and activities for kids of all ages? Programs include guided tours just for kids, special kids’ parties and exciting “hands-on” Saturday classes! Click here to find out more about what the museum has to offer.
museum & gallery at
Bob Jones University
The Museum & Gallery offers a breathtaking display of over 450 Old Master paintings, and provides a wealth of opportunities for developing appreciation of past cultures. Child-friendly scavenger hunts are an entertaining introduction to the collection, and family tours afford an enjoyable learning experience for all ages. Click here for an updated listing of events and activities.
the children’s museum
A museum dedicated especially for children is planned for downtown Greenville, to open in 2008. Click here to learn more about what’s happening.
mice on main
Hidden downtown are a nine bronze mice for you to find! Start at the Hyatt Plaza, and use these hints to enjoy a fun family afternoon in downtown Greenville. Click here to read the clues!
By car, by bike or on foot, here’s a great tour for exploring downtown. Click here to view your tour guide.
falls park coloring book
Pick up a copy of the Falls Park coloring book during your visit to the park (one per family). Older children or parents can read the history of the park while younger children color in the drawings.
Written and illustrated locally, this coloring book documents the development around Reedy River Falls – the cradle of modern-day Greenville.
To download a sample coloring book page, click here .
To visit Falls Park online, click here.
Home to the endangered Bornean orangutan and Amur leopard, the Greenville Zoo is recognized as one of the finest smaller zoos in the nation. Click here to visit the zoo.