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Getting There

 

Driving Directions

Driving Directions

From Points North

  • I-85 South to I-385 North (Exit 51 toward Downtown Greenville)
  • I-385 North becomes North Street
  • Turn Left onto Church Street
  • Turn Right onto University Ridge
  • County Square Parking on the right

From Points South

  • I-85 North to I-185 (Exit 42 toward Downtown Greenville)
  • Continue straight as I-185 becomes Mills Avenue
  • Turn Left onto Augusta Road
  • Turn Right onto Harris Street
  • County Square Parking on the left

Parking

Parking Tips

  • Parking can be found in nearby garages (River St, Riverplace, and Broad Street parking garages are closest).
  • Free parking is available in County Square (301 University Ridge, Greenville, SC 29601).
  • View a handy map of city garages.
  • Reminder, the festival site begins at Main Street & Court Street and ends at Main Street & River St.

City Garage Pricing
for Saturday, April 2, 2022

  • First hour free, then hourly rate up to a maximum of $7
  • Richardson Garage and Washington Parking Deck will be free, as always, on Saturday
Parking

Taking the Bus

Taking the Bus
Thank you, Proterra for providing free bus fare to the festival.

Free Greenlink Fares to the Festival

  • Don't want to mess with parking? No problem! Every single Greenlink route going into the downtown Transit Facility on West McBee Avenue will be FREE on April 2nd! It is a quick walk to the festival.

Plan Your Route

Taking the Downtown Trolley

The trolley will be running from County Square from 10:00am-7:00pm. Attendees are invited to park at County Square (301 University Ridge) for free and ride the trolley to the festival site.

During operating hours, you can also track the exact location of the trolley on the FindGreenlink website or app.

Thank you, Proterra for being our Transportation Partner!

Taking the Downtown Trolley

Visit the Festival

This exciting event takes place on April 2, 2022 from 11 am – 5 pm along Main Street in Greenville, SC. Featuring hands-on activities, interactive demonstrations and family-oriented STEAM entertainment.

  COVID-19 Safety
The health and safety of festival attendees, exhibitors, and volunteers is important to us.
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  Getting There
How to get there and where to park.
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  FAQ
Have questions? We have answers!
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  Food Trucks
Where to find and purchase food.
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  Interactive Map of Festival
Interactive map of the festival with in-depth information about each exhibit and where they are located.
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  Exhibits & Stage Shows
Must do exhibits
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iMAGINE is a program of South Carolina’s Coalition for Mathematics & Science (SCCMS) at Clemson University.

The College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
The College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
Creating a rich environment for students to develop excellent technical skills and a broad set of abilities that position them as the intellectual leaders of tomorrow.
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SC's Coalition for Mathematics and Science
SC's Coalition for Mathematics and Science
Working together everywhere that STEM matters to address STEM education challenges in our State through partnerships, advocacy and public engagement.
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iMAGINE is a program of South Carolina’s Coalition for Mathematics & Science (SCCMS) at Clemson University.

The College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
The College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
Creating a rich environment for students to develop excellent technical skills and a broad set of abilities that position them as the intellectual leaders of tomorrow.
Visit Website
SC's Coalition for Mathematics and Science
SC's Coalition for Mathematics and Science
Working together everywhere that STEM matters to address STEM education challenges in our State through partnerships, advocacy and public engagement.
Visit Website