Madison is a city in Madison County, Mississippi, United States. The population was 24,841 at the 2010 census. The population is currently over 25,000. It is part of the Jackson Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Restaurants in Madison
5 based on 51 reviews
Ridgeland's Enter/Locked is perfect for an exciting friends or family outing or a fun team building activity. Book your adventure on our website now!
Great fun! We had 8 people in our group ranging in age from 14-56. Everyone was able to contribute and all personality types had a blast. The activity tests your logical, problem solving and creative skills as well as your ability to work with others. Plus it is just plain fun!!! Put your thinking cap on and give it a try. You will be glad you did!
4.5 based on 321 reviews
The Mississippi Children's Museum is your Destination for Imagination. MCM wants to ignite the spark of creativity that is inside each and everyone of us and awaken a lifelong passion for learning, exploration and discovery. Visit the Mississippi Children's Museum and get inspired! Open Tuesday through Saturday 9a-5p and Sunday 1p-6p. Admission is $10 per person; children under the age of 1 year are free.
Overall, this museum has many engaging, fun exhibits. I found the admission steep, $10 per person. This is one instance where I think the supervising adults should get a price break. For that price of admission, I would expect things to be in apple pie...MoreThank you for your review! We will be sure to pass your suggestions along to our Operations staff! -Team MCM
5 based on 63 reviews
This is a very modern beautiful city park! Playground equipment has sun covers, bathrooms are clean and there is a library near by. There is also a bike trail attached, and walking track around the park, and a nature trail down the same street in walking distance.
4 based on 12 reviews
We have a big family and all the kids( all over 19) love to bowl. When everyone's in town, we never miss a chance to head to Fannin Lanes. We usually rent a lane and can get two games in an hour. For us, it's the best way to go. Of course, use can pay buy the game. Electronic scoring lets you focus on your game and not figuring out ten plus your next ball. Lots of fun!
4.5 based on 9 reviews
There is a wide array of candy available in this small shop. As others have noted, some oldies but goodies are offered there. This is a good shop to pop into if you attend the Livingston Farmer's Market or other event there. They are trying to create old fashioned, small town charm in Livingston and this shop embodies quaint.
5 based on 59 reviews
We never see large crowds at the Renaissance but we see big price tags. I was here on visiting the Apple Store for an upgrade and new device which offered free Beats headphones and $200 off. So I'm pleased about that. The other stores are for old maids and not really all that appealing to the younger generation. This mall lacks alot of the more trendy stores.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
Patterned after the National Capitol, this has been the Capitol building for the state of Mississippi since 1903. Today it is major tourist attraction as well as the focus of Mississippi state government activities.
As a Photographer, State Capitol Buildings are one of my favorite subjects. This one didn't disappoint.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Great place where you can take your kids and let them play/jump by themselves or jump with them. Very secure location with lots of things for them to do while there.
5 based on 41 reviews
Recently, my wife and I traveled along much of the Natchez Trace between Clinton to Tupelo, Mississippi. Occasionally the bike trail parallels the Trace particularly in the Ridgeland area.
While I did not have a bike with me, we often stopped at designated locations and I would walk a portion of the trail, particularly segments near the Renaissance at Colony Park Center in Ridgeland and the Ross Barnett Reservoir.
In addition, you will sometimes stumble across parts of the original OLD Trace, some of which is now sunken.
I enjoyed my short walks along the Trail and our travels along the Trace and highly recommend that you spend a portion of your trip biking or walking the Trail.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
The Old Capitol building served the state from 1832-1903 and was later converted into a State Historical Museum. Visitors can tour the grand dam of Mississippi politics, plus view dioramas and exhibits that trace the city's history. The museum also includes a large collection of Jefferson Davis memorabilia.
The old capital museum is a good place to stop for about an hour or two. There are lots of exhibits on Mississippi - from a territory to a state - that cover the states constitution, legislative and judicial offices, and even some traveling exhibits. Anyone in the area should stop and visit. The museum itself is free and there are restrooms to use.
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