With the SEC Women's Basketball Tournament tipping off Wednesday, LSU Tiger fans will be bound for Greenville, South Carolina. The seventh-seeded Lady Tigers take on the Ole Miss Lady Rebels (10th seed) in second-round action at 5 p.m. Thursday.   

What's there to do in the city between games? Quite a lot, according to tourism officials and The New York Times, which recently named Greenville as one of the 52 Places to Go in 2017.

"The Bon Secours Wellness Arena — 'The Well' — where the games are played is less than 3/10 of a mile from Main Street, the center of Greenville's activity," said Taryn Scher, speaking on behalf of Visit Greenville S.C., in an email. "There are more than 120 locally-owned restaurants, boutiques, museums, a 32-acre park and waterfalls, the beginning of the 20-plus-mile Swamp Rabbit Bike Trail, a free trolley, more than 70 works of public art, a performing arts center and six major hotels."

Scher offered these specific ideas on where to enjoy the city: 

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