In Business: Interactive Tours

Posted by: Megan Campbell on Thursday, June 4, 2015
The Interactive Tours team celebrated their opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 21st, attended by family, friends, and Mayor Pro Tem David Sudduth. Interactive Tours brings the old and the new together. The guides combine walking through history while using technology and images from the past to enhance your experience. Their guided walking history tours will be available three times a day on Fridays and Saturdays. Even Greenville natives will enjoy learning about the city’s rich history and the industries and individuals that built it. Attractions: • Falls Park Entrance • Amphitheater • Reedy River Overlook • Under the Gower Bridge • Foot bridge Over the Reedy River • Gower Carriage Factory/Amphitheater • Huguenot Mill • Peace Center • Poinsett Plaza • Bank Plaza • McBee Statue • Cigar Factory/John Wesley United Methodist Church • Greenville News Plaza/Nathaniel Greene Statue • Liberty Bridge Plaza • Liberty Bridge Check them out and schedule a tour today at www.interactivetours-greenville.com. Congratulations and best of luck, Interactive Tours!

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