|TD Convention Center Shuttles|
|The TD Convention Center in Greenville, South Carolina, has recently been renamed to the TD Convention Center. This center is famous for its beautiful facilities and southern charm. It provides a wide range of options to trade shows and exhibition and is easily accessed as it is located in downtown Greenville.|
About TD Convention Center
There are two kinds of spaces offered at the TD Convention Center. The most commonly used is the exhibition spaces. There are two separate floors of exhibition space available at the convention center, with a total of 175,000 square feet available for exhibitions, trade shows, conferences and other special events. The downstairs space is the smaller space, at 50,000 square feet. The upstairs space comprises the remaining 125,000 square feet. Both these spaces can be adjusted used partitions to create smaller or customized sized spaces for the convenience of the visitors to the center.
The other space available at the TD Convention Center is meeting space. There are many different meeting rooms available on both the first and second floor and these spaces can be combined with adjoining spaces to create larger spaces as needed. Part of the upstairs space includes a 30,000 square foot ballroom area that is ideal for weddings, banquets and other special events. Downstairs there is an outdoor courtyard that is just over 3800 square feet and is ideal for smaller receptions and cocktail parties. The convention center has a caterer that provides exclusive services to the facility and can accommodate weddings and banquets.
Things to do in Greenville
The city also has several important cultural centers, including the Greenville County Museum of Art, a facility that boasts a large collection of American art, most with a southern or southwestern perspective and includes works by Georgia O’Keeffe among others. There are two locations of the Bob Jones University Museum and Gallery. One is located on the site of the Bob Jones University campus and one is located in downtown Greenville. The city is also home to a science center that has the eighth largest refractor telescope in the country.