The Rural Women’s Summit will be held in Downtown Greenville, South Carolina at the Embassy Suites and The Huguenot Mill and Loft at the Peace Center. The conference location is within walking distance to many wonderful Greenville dining and cultural attractions. Stay tuned for information on things to do and places to eat in Greenville.
Greenville is home to a vibrant downtown full of things to do and places to eat. Check out a few of the top attractions and restaurants in Greenville below and find more options at the Visit Greenville SC website.
Back in the mid 1980s, as part of a focused effort to revitalize downtown Greenville, SC, a unique public-private partnership was formed to create a performing arts center. The vision—building a cultural and architectural gem at the heart of the city as a focal point for revitalization—captivated the entire community. Today, the Peace Center is a nationally recognized artistic and cultural destination. Situated along the Reedy River in the heart of downtown, its multifaceted, six-acre campus is the region’s center for art, culture, entertainment, and engagement. From programs featuring world-class artists in music, theater, and dance, to enriching educational experiences, and everyday encounters with the arts, the Peace Center hosts hundreds of events every year and welcomes thousands of guests to its riverfront campus every day. The Rural Assembly will take place in the Peace Center’s Huguenot Mill – a restored 1882 textile mill with original hardwood floors, pine timber beams, exposed brick, and sweeping views of the river.