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Jackson is the capital of the state of Mississippi.

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Points of Interest in Jackson

  • Dixie National Livestock Show, Parade and Rodeo, Mississippi Coliseum and Fairgrounds, High Street. The Wild West Rodeo comes to Jackson each year with this exciting event.
  • Jackson Zoological Park, 2918 W. Capitol Street,  +1-601-352-2581.
  • Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, 2148 Riverside Drive, Jackson, Mississippi 39202-1353, Phone: 601 354-7303, Fax: 601 354-7227 www.msnaturalscience.org
  • Mynelle Gardens
  • Agriculture and Forestry Museum
  • Museum of Art
  • Davis Planetarium
  • Telecom Center
  • Jackson Convention Center
  • Old State Capitol
  • New State Capitol
  • Supreme Court Building
  • War Memorial Museum
  • Children's Museum (coming soon)
  • Take a tour of Jackson with the John M. Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation & Development. 1831 Robinson Street. or contact the Jackson Convention and Visitor's Bureau.
  • Battlefield Park, 953 Porter Street

Mississippi State Capitol

Mississippi Governor\'s Mansion

Mississippi State Fairgrounds

Jackson Convention Complex

Mississippi Museum of Art

Mississippi Coliseum

Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium

Mississippi Museum of Natural Science

Trustmark Park

Riverside Park

Mississippi Children\'s Museum

Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum

Jackson State University (JSU)

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About Jackson

Activities

  • On the weekends you can always find live shows to attend. Jackson has a blossoming music scene, and various bars such as Martins, WC Dons, and Hal & Mal's often feature music ranging from Heavy Metal, to Indie Rock, to Blue Grass. The three aforementioned bars are all located in the same inlet off of State Street, and also just south of the Pearl Street exit from I55.
  • Mississippi Braves minor league (AA) baseball - Pearl, MS
  • Mississippi Brilla pro-soccer - Clinton, MS

Food

  • Sophia's-Fairview Inn, Belhaven Neighborhood (Downtown Jackson), Casual Fine Dining, Southern Cuisine, Lunch, Dinner and Sunday Brunch (601) 948-3429
  • Aladdin's, on Lakeland West, right before you reach State Street. Authentic and delicious Mediterranean.
  • Jerusalem Cafe. Down the road from Aladdin's, offers Lebanese cuisine and a hookah bar.
  • Little Tokyo, two locations in Jackson. One is along I-55 North (+1-601-982-3035 - 4800 I 55 N, Jackson), and the other is in Ridgeland near the Northpark Mall (+1-601-991-3800 - 876 Avery Blvd N, Ridgeland), [2]. This is not a sushi-buffet restaurant, but their food is VERY good. If you're want to save money go during lunch, and purchase one of their bento-box specials (about $6.00 - $7.00 USD).
  • Mayflower Cafe, 123 W Capitol St,  +1 601 355-4122. M-Sat 11a-10:30p. Located in Downtown Jackson. Absolutely fantastic seafood. Try the broiled redfish with lump crab meat on top. Other specialties are the scallops and the shrimp.
  • Nagoya's Sushi and Steakhouse. Exit I-55 at County Line Road. Continue west on County Line Road. You will turn left into a shopping center facing I-55. Nagoya is between Target and Home Depot. There is another location a brief distance north in Madison, MS.
  • Pizza Shack. Located on State Street across from the Baptist Heath Center. Pizza Shack is Jackson's best pizza restaurant and offers a number of local favorites in addition to pizza. Priced very modestly and near the heart of the city, Pizza Shack is one of Jackson's best locally owned restaurants.
  • Amerigo's
  • Cock of the Walk
  • Ruth Chris's
  • Biaggi's
  • Penn's Fish House
  • AJ's
  • Mama Hamil's.
  • Steam Room Grille
  • Bulldog's
  • Red Lobster
  • Longhorn
  • Corky's B-B-Q
  • Logan's Roadhouse
  • La Cazuela
  • Las Margaritas
  • El Portrillo
  • Cancun
  • Bonefish
  • Mellow Mushroom
  • Up the Creek
  • Garfield's
  • Zaxby's
  • Raising Cane
  • Barnhill's
  • Firemountain
  • Newk's
  • Oby's
  • Piccadilly's
  • Que sera sera
  • Schimmel's
  • Sal and Mookies. Great NY pizza restaurant and ice-cream parlor. Also one of the cities best beer bars.

Drinks

  • Hal and Mal's. Located near Pearl St. in downtown Jackson, Hal and Mals offers a wide selection of domestic, imported, and locally brewed beers along with burgers, po' boys, salads, and desserts. Hal and Mals is also the home of great live music acts and a weekly trivia night.
  • Fenian's Pub, an Irish style pub, Fenian's, located on Fortification and Jefferson in the historic Belhaven area of the city, is where the local college kids hang out and fill their glasses (Milsaps College and Belhaven University are located less than a mile away). Fenian's never charges a cover and usually has some form of live entertainment nightly, ranging from live bands to Irish music to 'Open Mic Night'. Fenian's also hosts a large selection of Scotch and is very reasonably priced.

Shopping

  • Antique Mall, 1217 Vine Street
  • Antique Market, 3009 N. State Street,  +1-601-982-5456.
  • Fondren District, North State Street from Woodrow Wilson to Meadowbrook Rd. Office: 3318 North State Street, +1-601-981-9606. Shopping, antiques, restaurants and more in this quaint neighborhood that is reinventing itself. [1]
  • Metrocenter Mall
  • Highland Village
  • Northpark Mall
  • Dogwood Festival Market
  • Dogwood Promenade
  • Renaissance at Colony Park
  • Galleria (coming soon)
  • Bloomfield Outlets (coming soon)
  • NeuMarket Outlets (coming soon)

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