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German for "walk of the people," the six-mi. path goes through Greenville's historic downtown, Pioneer Cemetery and beautiful Confederate Park. Walk box and stamp at chamber office.
Nonprofit organization to promote arts of the 19-counties Black Belt region. Many one-of-a-kind items for sale.
Constructed in 1903, the present structure was the fourth courthouse built on the site, following Greenville's selection as the county seat in December 1821.
Golf Digest: #3 Best New Public Facility in North America (1994), and 4.5 out of 5 stars for 1995 Places to Play.
Established in 1897 as Greenville's first park. A monument was erected in 1903 dedicated to Butler County residents who lost their lives in the Civil War.
Many of the early settlers of the area are buried within here, including Capt. William Butler for whom Butler County is named.
1910 Spanish Revival architectural style structure with red tile roof, wide overhanging eaves and stucco walls. Concrete steps and iron fencing added in 1928.
Now used for theatre productions, pageants and concerts, the art deco style downtown icon was built in 1935 as a movie house.
Built in 1896, this church's architectural features have remained virtually unchanged until a rose window was installed in 1986. A true treasure to see.