Circus Animal Walk set to parade through Greenville

January 29, 2013 by  

This morning will see the ‘Circus Animal Walk’, an annual event, come to Greenville as the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus bring their show to the Bi-Lo Center. People from all over are likely to come out to see the wild animals arrive at the Train Station on West Washington. Flyer printing may have been used to remind the community about this annual event.

Anyone who loves the wild animals of the circus, especially the elephants, will find this a great time to come out and have a good look at them as they move from the train station to the show grounds. The Circus animals will arrive by train at approximately 9:00 am and will travel down W. Washington Street and make a left turn onto Richardson Street, before making a right turn onto Elford Street and another left turn onto Church Street to arrive at their destination at the Bi-Lo Center, where the circus will be performing a few days later.

The best vantage to see the animals is probably on Elford Street or Church Street. There will be horses, elephants, and other animals traveling on foot.

Admission is free and everyone is invited to come and see the animals. The Circus Animal Walk will take place today, January 29, starting at the train station on West Washington Street and ending at the parking lot of the Bi-Lo Center in Greenville, South Carolina. For additional details, please see the Bi-Lo Center website or call 864-241-3800.