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Greer is a small city, located in the state of South Carolina. Greer has a population of 25.515 residents according to the 2010 census. One particularly interesting fact about Greer is that each day, more than three times the actual number of residents pass through the city on the two highways. Greer has developed industrially and economically throughout the years and has become an ideal holiday destination.

Top Attractions Within Greer

BMW Zentrum and Gallery is a great place to visit in Greer, especially if you are passionate about cars. Sitting next to the only BMW manufacturing plant in the US, this unique site is the only BMW museum in North America and offers its visitors a chance to travel down the legendary past of BMW and glimpse into its future. Tourists can experience the creation of a Z3 roadster, from start to finish, while you are enjoying a cup of hot coffee.

Willow Creek Golf Club is a spectacular upstate 18-hole course that is playable for all skill levels. It is conveniently located nearby Greer and it is the perfect place for your next game of golf. The venue offers people who come here all the necessary amenities, from restaurants, bars to club and cart renting. Everything you need is right here, for that perfect golf game.

Ronnie Eugene Norris Remembrance Fountain is dedicated in the honour of Ronnie Eugene Norris. He was an American soldier from Greer, who sacrificed his life in the Vietnam War in 1966.There is a memorial plate and the grave, where you can pay your respect.

Gilreath's Mill is the oldest mill in Greer. It was built in 1812 and it was at first a corn mill, but after 1890, it turned into a flour mill. Tourists can see even today the mill and visit it on the inside to get a glimpse of how flour was made in the past.

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