Greenville, NC Arts, Culture and History

Greenville, NC Arts, Culture and History

Built on a strong foundation of education, agribusiness, industry, medicine and the arts, GREENVILLE, NC blends long time natives with newcomers from every corner of the globe, from professional actors to research scientists. Here the urban advantages you expect and the polite friendliness you long for combine to make us one of the fifty best places in the country to live.

Greenville Arts, Culture & History  

East Carolina Village of Yesteryear

Depicting life in Pitt County and eastern North Carolina from 1840 to 1940, the Village features a country store with its wares, a traditional school house, a log church, and farm machinery and other artifacts from the period.  2 miles N on US 264.  9l9.758.6385

 

East Carolina University

ECU, the third largest university in the state's system, serves as the focal point for cultural events, theater and the arts, education, research, and public service in eastern North Carolina.  Medical Center campus.  9l9.757.6131

 

Greenville Museum of Art

A regional museum of the visual arts which features a fine collection of 20-th century American art by Robert Henri, Louise Nevelson, Ben Shahn, and Raphael Sayer, and one of the largest collections of MC Jugtown pottery..  802 Evans St.  9l9.758.1946

 

River Park North Science and Nature Center

The park is a natural area, which encompasses 359 acres of land and water with 1.2 miles of frontage on the Tar River.  The Natural Science Center located near the park entrance offers hands-on exhibits.  Fishing, boating and pedal boats.  5 miles N on Mumford Rd.  9l9.830.4561

 

 

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