Situated squarely between Memphis and Nashville on Tennessee's "Heart of the Music Highway," Jackson has been the birthplace of numerous notable musicians in the traditional Southern styles of rockabilly, blues and gospel. The famous names of Jackson include Carl Perkins, Sonny Boy Williamson, Big Maybell and Big Joe Turner. Time your visit right and you might catch the annual Shannon Street Blues Festival or the Rockabilly Festival, hosted by The International Rock-A-Billy Hall of Fame.
Restaurants in Jackson
4.5 based on 141 reviews
At Rusty's TV & Movie Car Museum we have over 25 cars that have been used in movies and TV as well as TV and movie memorabilia. There's something for all ages! Many of the cars are the actual cars used in the shows and can only be seen here.
Looking for something to do when passing through Jackson, and google came up with this place. For car lovers like us, it was a must. The owner showed us round and was really enthusiastic about his collection. If you are reading this, thanks so much...MoreThank you ...lost my log in information.. just figured it out today
5 based on 75 reviews
Samuel T Bryant Distillery LLC is located 1/2 mile oof Exit 74 on I40 in Jackson TN. Currently we are open Weds - Sunday noon to 7pm. The long term plan to produce over 20 products including Moonshine, Several types of Whiskey, an Agave Spirit, Vodka, Rum, Grappa, Brandy, Gin and many more. Open Wed-Sunday Noon-7pm
Visited for the first time last night and was not disappointed. Took clients there to experience some local flavor. Meet the owner and had a one on one tasting and introduction to of their spirits. Very friendly and knowledgeable. All of them were surprisingly good....MoreThankmyounsommuch for visiting Samuel T Bryant Distillery. Sam
5 based on 57 reviews
When searching for an activity for my dad and myself while visiting Jackson I came across Century Farm Winery! My dad and I were the first customers therefore we got to spend a little more time tasting wine and talking. We were asked what our favorite wines were and we were provided with suggestion. The muscadine wines were my dad's favorite and I enjoyed them as well! I also enjoyed the fruit wines-I took peach home! I live in Maryland but I was born in Tennesee and I have family here so I love all things from Tennessee! I can't wait to share my wine with friends!
The visit was overall enjoyable, fun, educational and the setting was so warm and quaint. It isn't the biggest space on the inside but that means there is more time to talk to other guests. The grounds were beautifully manicured and the cat and dog were a joy to look at! The dog just relaxes and the cat moves but you'll see him join the dog and take his nap too! These two animals know the meaning of relaxing in the country! Lastly look out for the hummingbirds! This was my first time ever seeing a hummingbird! Id definitely visit again!
4.5 based on 82 reviews
We go to a lot of ballparks around the country from MLB to triple and double "A." This is a fine, fine double "A" park. It is clean, pricing is great, views are great and unlike other smaller parks, they have great food choices. We especially liked the funnel cake fries. They were yummy! Their burgers are dry though. They had a great fireworks show after too. Free parking and our handicap seats were great, right behind homeplate. It is easy to get to, right off Interstate 40 too. Great place to take the family.
4 based on 129 reviews
We were happily surprised by this wonderful place but wish we would have known these three things.
1) Its slippery. I guess I should have known with all the cool boardwalks under trees in a swamp it would make for slippery conditions but I just wasn't thinking. It isn't unsafe - just make sure your kids don't run, and you are prepared with good shoes.
2) Its a long walk. How far does the boardwalks go..... we have no idea, we ended up turning around because there was no end in sight. It was great, and the raptors along the route make for a great visit, but its a long walk in the woods.
3) Its peaceful. We enjoyed going in the morning and are glad we did. It was so peaceful and nice. The raptors were an added bonus.
You will enjoy this place.
4 based on 498 reviews
Our teens and younger children always enjoy a stop at Casey Jones village. You can enjoy a meal or just go for dessert at the old fashioned ice cream shop. There is a great art gallery, putt-putt, a museum, plenty of outdoor space for the young kinds to run around and play and there are several fun shops.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
This is a very interesting tour for people who love rock-a-billy music or the people who got their inspiration from it. Some surprising info was given and we were allowed to play the drums and guitar.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
We were travelling from Nashville to Memphis and wanted somewhere to break the journey. After searching on here we decided on this place. Good call.
It’s less than 10 miles from the I-40.
We were made to feel very welcome by the super enthusiastic volunteers.
There is a lot of rail memorabilia squashed in here. There is also a large model railroad with buttons you can push to light up / move things.
Outside you can walk through the train cars – a family were setting up for a children’s party in there when we passed through so we didn’t hang about.
Don’t forget to pull the rope for the train whistle on the flagpole – I managed to annoy all the family with that!
A good 30 minute visit – although rail enthusiasts could spend MUCH longer.
It’s FREE but don’t forget to leave a donation.
Lovely clean restroom.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
The Vintage Market is bringing vintage to downtown Jackson. A market created for a unique group of dealers who have spent their heart and soul to offer the best of their individual styles. Come down and shop all three floors for unique furniture, vintage and antiques, home decor, candles, art, clothing, and more.
Large multi-floor historic building was clean & organized. Many different vendors with many different collections. Inexpensive Gift Items such as candles / Accessories / Eclectics / Decorative Items / Racks of children's clothes on consignment. Many treasures to explore. Allow 1-2 hours.
5 based on 4 reviews
The Amish Donut Man had the corner on Donuts at the Market until the Farmers Perk arrived. You get to choose your topping and the even let you mix them. Pictured ate the Smores and Turtles
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