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Greenville is a thriving cultural, educational, economic, and medical hub in Eastern North Carolina. It is home to East Carolina University, the fourth-largest university in North Carolina. Experience the history, vibrant art, live music, outdoor recreation, and unique culinary scene.

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Greenville Museum of Art

Greenville Museum of Art

The Greenville Museum of Art features exhibits from its permanent collection of 19th and 20th Century American art and traveling exhibits from local, regional, and national artists. The museum offers art classes and workshops, and hosts wonderful events throughout the year.

Outdoors & Nature

Outdoors & Nature

There are many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors in Greenville. The Greenville Greenway offers space to walk, run, and bike. The Bicycle Post Mountain Bike Trails offer off-road bicycling experiences. And the Tar River, Contentnea Creek, and other waterways are perfect for paddling.

Grifton Historical Museum

Grifton Historical Museum

Get new perspective on our ancestors through exhibits of the tools and equipment they developed, as well as the area’s plants, animals and geology. Areas of the museums also explore the history of the Tuscarora Indians, and North Carolina's first Surveyor-General who was executed by the Tuscarorans.

Indian Village of Grifton

Indian Village of Grifton

The Catechna Indian Village, on the banks of Contentnea Creek at Grifton, N.C., is a scaled-down replica of an Indian village located just across the street from the Grifton Museum. During annual festivals like John Lawson Days, volunteers  demonstrate lifestyle skills of the Native Americans who lived here.

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