Greenville Cultural Exchange

700 Arlington AVE

Greenville, SC 29601

Phone: (864) 232-9162

City: Greenville

Region: Mountains

Greenville Cultural Exchange

The Greenville Cultural Exchange Center (GCEC) is an African-American history museum and culture center dedicated to the preservation of African-American history in the Greenville area. Ruth Ann Butler, a former history teacher with Greenville County School System, founded GCEC in 1987. The Center provides a haven of historical reflection, research and education. Exhibits, archive, guided tours and meeting spaces offer resources for those seeeking knowledge and understanding of the city of Greenville's and the region's multi-cultural diversity, contributions and accomplishments.

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