Things to do Indoors with Teens in Greenville

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While we know Greenville is a wonderful place for little kids, it’s also a town that has plenty of things to do indoors with teens, everything from laser tag and trampoline parks to volunteering opportunities and movies.

We’ve compiled some of the best things to do inside with teenagers in Greenville. If we missed something, let us know in the comments!

Things to do Indoors with Teens in Greenville

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Arcades, Laser Tag, Mini-Golf

Main Event is Greenville’s newest entertainment venue with bowling, laser tag, and arcade games, You’ll also find a restaurant, bar, and billiards. They run specials like kids eat free and all-you-can-play nights. Here’s our Kidding Around article on Main Event.

Main Event
225 Entertainment Boulevard
Greenville, SC

Frankie’s Fun Park is a mecca of arcade games, mini-golf, laser tag, and road courses, Frankie’s Fun Park is a great place to get out some energy with teens. There are plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy no matter what their interests are. Attractions are priced separately and there are food options as well: Mini golf ($8), go-karts ($7), indoor playground ($8), laser tag ($7), batting cage ($2), arcade, drop zone ($4), and bumper boats ($6).

45 Park Woodruff Drive; Greenville; 864.627.9888
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The Big E in Gaffney is another great place for indoor fun. They have arcades, laser tag, mini-golf, bumper cars, and a ropes course (outdoors). Check out our video tour here.

1100 Factory Shops Blvd, Gaffney (I-85 at exit 90 next to the Gaffney Premium Outlets); 864.489.1515
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Trampoline Parks

Greenville is home to Gravitopia and Sky Zone, both really fun trampoline park with ninja courses, foam pits and extreme. Gravitopia hosts a Club Night for kids 15 and older and Sky Zone has an event called Glow that is similar. And if you’re up for a little drive, Big Air Trampoline Park in Spartanburg just celebrated their 1st birthday and is super cool. They host Cosmic Nights, which is perfect for teens, every Friday and Saturday night.

Defy (formerly Gravitopia)
48 Brookfield Oaks Drive, Greenville; 864.715.2044
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Sky Zone
2465 Laurens Road, Greenville; 864.558.2400
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Big Air Trampoline Park
660 Spartan Blvd, Spartanburg; 864.580.6462
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Big Air Greenville
36 Park Woodruff Drive, Greenville; 864.626.5252

Create Art

If you’ve ever been to Artisphere, you’ll understand how vibrant the art community is in Greenville. There are mediums for any level of interest and talent in art – painting, pottery, felting, welding. It’s all here. These places below offer all kinds of art classes or the opportunity to paint your own potter.

Greenville Center for Creative Arts

Hummingbird Hill Art Studio

Uptown Art

Color Clay Café

The Glazing Pot

Creating Artists for Tomorrow

Maya Movement Arts (an aerial arts studio)

Wine and Design

Sassy Paints

Vino & van Gogh


There are tons of opportunities for teens to volunteer and give back to their community. There are soup kitchens, Meals on Wheels, and places like Project Host. The City of Greenville also accepts teen volunteers for their many festivals.

Here is a list of places to volunteer in the Greenville area.

Escape Rooms

For a unique experience, teens can try using their best investigative skills to break out of a room together in 60 minutes or less.

Greenville Escape Room
319 Garlington Road, Suite A-5, Greenville; 864.982.5083
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Teens under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Breakout Greenville
614 N Main Street, Greenville; 864.326.0190
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Teens under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Escape Artist Greenville
217 East Stone Avenue, Greenville; 864.509.9305
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Teens under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Indoor Karting

What would a teenager like more than speeding in a car around an indoor race track? Let them get out those urges at a go kart facility. Kids under 18 can race during the week before 5 pm and on weekends before 2 pm.

Speed Factory Indoor Karting
1524 Roper Mountain Road, Greenville; 864.412.3323
130 E Daniel Morgan Avenue, Spartanburg; 864.447.4000
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Bowling alleys have stepped up their game and aren’t the sketchy establishments of the 90s any longer. Greenville has some good options to bowling for teens.

Stone Pin Company
304 E Stone Avenue, Greenville; 864.412.7228
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Spare Time Entertainment
822 Congaree Road, Greenville; 864.412.0299

AMF Star Lanes
740 S. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville; 864.242.5724
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Peach Bowl Lanes
14515 E Wade Hampton Blvd, Greer; 864.877.8340
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Wade Hampton Lanes
3065 Wade Hampton Blvd, Taylors, SC; 864.268.4136
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Golden Park
108 Balcome Blvd, Simpsonville; 864.967.8551
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Rock Springs Bowling Alley
201 Rock Springs Road, Easley; 864.442.2057
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There are always the movies. And teens still love going to them.

Regal Cinemas Hollywood 20
1025 Woodruff Road, Greenville; 864.462.7342
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Camelot Cinemas
48 East Antrim Drive, Greenville; 864.235.6700
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Regal Cinemas Cherrydale 16
3221 North Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville; 844.462.7342
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Do you have a great place for teens to add to our list?

Meet Kristina, KAG Food Expert
Kristina_headshot 150 pixel Kristina Hernandez is a mom of two girls, freelance writer and photographer and New Jersey native who is thrilled to call the Upstate her new home. She loves cooking, trying new foods, and checking out all that Greenville has to offer.
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Kristina Hernandez is a mom of two girls, freelance writer and photographer. Originally from New Jersey, she is in love with the Upstate and could not imagine raising her kids anywhere else. She enjoys hiking to waterfalls, kayaking, camping, cooking, and exploring all that Greenville has to offer. And she really loves baby goats. Follow her on Instagram at @scadventurer.

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Lindsay Young
5 years ago

Great list! I would also add Big Air in Greenville on Woodruff Road, LeMans Karting, and Spare Time in Greenville. And something else not mentioned would be Craft Axe Throwing (ages 8 and up).