Travel Guide to Jackson, Mississippi the City with Soul

Travel Guide to Jackson, Mississippi the City with Soul

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3 Popular Attractions In Mississippi

  • USS Cairo: Historic warship in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
    • USS Cairo: Historic warship in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

    Mississippi Facts:

    • The world’s largest cactus plantation is in Edwards.
    • The world’s largest cottonwood tree plantation is in Issaquena County.
    • The world’s largest pecan nursery is in Lumberton.
    • The world's only cactus plantation is in Edwards, Mississippi.
    Biloxi, Mississippi
    The Biloxi Visitors Center and the Biloxi Lighthouse, the city's signature landmark, in November 2011

    The Biloxi Visitors Center and the Biloxi Lighthouse, the city's signature landmark, in November 2011
    Nicknames:

    “The Playground of the South”
    “Buck City”[citation needed]
    Location in Harrison County and the state of Mississippi

    Location in Harrison County and the state of Mississippi
    Biloxi, Mississippi is located in the United States

    Biloxi, Mississippi
    Biloxi, Mississippi
    Location in the United States
    Coordinates:

    30°24′43″N 88°55′40″W / 30.41194°N 88.92778°W / 30.41194; -88.92778Coordinates: 30°24′43″N 88°55′40″W / 30.41194°N 88.92778°W / 30.41194; -88.92778 Country United States State Mississippi County Harrison Incorporated in 1838 as a township Government

    Mayor Andrew Gilich (R) Area

    City 67.83sqmi (175.68km2) •Land 42.99sqmi (111.34km2) •Water 24.84sqmi (64.35km2) Elevation

    20ft (6m) Population

    City 44,054 •Estimate

    (2019)[2]
    46,212 •Density 1,075.02/sqmi (415.07/km2) •Metro

    379,582 Time zone UTC−6 (CST) •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT) ZIP Codes
    39530–39535, 39540
    Area code(s) 228 FIPS code 28-06220 GNIS feature ID 0667173 Website www.biloxi.ms.us

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    Jackson, Mississippi is the City with Soul! Here is our travel guide to Jackson, Mississippi.

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    I spent five incredible days exploring Jackson, Mississippi the City with Soul! During that time I ate, drank and explored everything the city of soul had to offer. To learn about each of these places mentioned in depth check out my guide: http://davidsbeenhere.com/2018/05/09/what-to-see-and-do-in-jackson-mississippi/

    Attractions:
    -Mississippi state capitol building
    -Mississippi Civil Rights Museum
    -The Smith Robertson Museum
    -The House of the late Medgar Evers
    -Malaco Records
    -Farish Street

    Restaurants:
    -Mayflower Café
    -Sugar’s Place
    -CS’s
    -Johnny T’s
    -Iron Horse Grill
    -Bully’s Restaurant
    -Brent’s Drugs
    -Saltine’s Oyster Bar
    -Pig and Pint
    -Walker’s Drive-In
    -Basil’s Fondren
    -Barrelhouse
    -Babalu
    -Broad Street Bakery and Café’
    -Fine and Dandy

    Activities:
    – Fondren Guitars
    -Hal & Mals for Blue Mondays
    -Underground 119
    -F. Jones Corner
    -Lucky Town Brewery
    -Cathead Distillery
    -Fondren after Five
    -Pearl River Kayaking

    While visiting Jackson I recommend staying in Downtown to be close to attractions and restaurants. The Westin Jackson is a great choice that offers the convenience of being in the heart of Downtown near all the action. The hotel offers five different room styles, a full service spa, and a delicious southern food menu at their Estelle Wine Bar and Bistro.

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  • 11 thoughts on “Travel Guide to Jackson, Mississippi the City with Soul

    1. I've lived in Mississippi my whole life we used to go to Jackson all the time but its getting so dangerous I don't go anymore.The Iron Horse grill does have good food and great homemade pickles. Also many other good food places but like I said the violent crime is just too high

    2. Do yourself a favor and stay the Hell out of Jackson. Stay on 55, 20, or 49, and get as far away as you possibly can as fast as you can. Lived there for twenty years. Car broke into (window knocked out) twice, house twice robbed, once robbed at gunpoint going into my job at Key Elementary School one rainy morning. I'm not speaking from something I read about. I'm giving you first hand knowledge. Trust me on this one, if on nothing else.

    3. I've been to Jackson several times, I've heard Jackson was an awesome city in the 60s, 70s and 80s; however, local government has made the city go down hill.

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