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Greenville, Texas

Established in 1846, Greenville, the seat of Hunt county, was once named the "Cotton Capital of the World." As the center of a rich agricultural region featuring cotton, it is also home of more than 50 modern industries including electrical hardware, space electronics, agricultural chemicals, household rubber products, oil-field machinery, aircraft, and clothing.

Greenville is the gateway to Lake Tawakoni. Audie Murphy, the nation's most decorated soldier of World War II, was born in a rural area a few miles north of Greenville. Visitors can find historical sites, and fascinating antique stores, specialty shops, malls and outlet stores make Greenville renowned for bargain shopping.

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Things to do near Greenville, TX

Shady Oaks Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Blue Bell Creameries Tours

Founded in 1907 as the Brenham Creamery Co., the name was changed to Blue Bell in 1930 after a wildflower that grows in the a...

River Legacy Living Science Center

The Living Science Center offers a wide range of interactive environmental education exhibits, living aquaria and terria. Gui...

Stone Works Climbing Gym features a 110-ft. grain silo converted into a climbing wall. Climbing facilities for beginner, inte...

Bruce Park

Right in the heart of downtown, Bruce Park is a small park that features the preserved home of William Wills. Other period it...