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Jackson is the capital of Mississippi and serves as one of the state's economic and cultural centers. Named after Andrew Jackson, most of the city rests west of Interstate 55 in the central part of the state. Business travelers are frequent visitors to the city, thanks to its prominence in the industrial and agricultural sectors.  As for the city's culture, Jackson is renowned for its music scene. Fans of gospel, blues and R&B will find no shortage of venues that specialize in showcasing these musical genres. In addition, Jackson is home to the Mississippi Museum of Art, which boasts a comprehensive collection of American art with a particular focus on Mississippians. The city's downtown area is filled with historical sites and landmarks. Travelers can patron the Mississippi Governor's Mansion, the second oldest executive residence that has continuously been occupied as a gubernatorial residence. Downtown also claims the Mississippi State Capitol. The grand building was constructed in the Beaux-Arts tradition and houses the Hall of Governors, an art gallery that features portraits of past state executive leaders. If you're traveling with the family, head northwest of downtown to the Jackson Zoo. The zoo is more than 90 years old and boasts a collection that represents more than 120 species. Sports fans can catch a game at one of the city's sports arenas, including the Mississippi Coliseum, the Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium and the Smith Wills Stadium.  Jackson is also a culinary wonderland, boasting more than 300 restaurants in the metropolitan area. Cuisine options include Southern barbecue, Cajun and soul food. As for accommodations, out-of-towners can search for affordable Jackson hotels in the downtown area and along Interstate 55. Travelers who want to find cheap flights can use Travelzoo's SuperSearch.

Which Airlines Fly to Jackson?

The Jackson-Evers International Airport (JAN) serves the Jackson area. The air facility receives flights from several domestic carriers. You can buy discount airfare from Dallas on American Eagle, or compare low-priced plane tickets from Houston on Continental and Southwest. You can also find flights deals from Atlanta, Memphis and Washington, D.C., on Delta. Or buy airfare from Chicago, Baltimore and Orlando on Southwest. US Airways also serves Jackson with flights from Charlotte.

Jackson Flight Tips

Alternatively, you can find affordable airfare to New Orleans, which is only three hours south of Jackson.  The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) receives flights from AirTran Airways, American Airlines, Continental, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue Airways, Southwest, United and US Airways. Or you can search for flights to Shreveport, which is only about a three-and-a-half-hour drive away. The Shreveport Regional Airport (SHV) is served by Allegiant Air, American Eagle, Continental and Delta.

Quick Travel Guide to Jackson

Jackson, Mississippi refers to itself as the "City With Soul," and there's no question this capital city is brimming with it. From the cuisine to the music to the people, Jackson is one of the South's greatest centers of culture. Experience some of this Southern charm with a visit to the city's vibrant downtown district. Located just west of Interstate 55, downtown Jackson is home to a number of historic sites. Within a mile of one another, you will find the Governor's Mansion, the Mississippi State Capitol and the Jackson City Hall, an elegant Greek Revival building that was built in 1846. Nearby, you will find the Mississippi Old Capitol Museum. Serving as the original state capitol from 1839 until 1903, the Old Capitol Museum is open to the public and houses a number of newly restored features, including a historic governor's office, state library and senate.

Next, learn about the natural history of Mississippi by paying a visit to the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. The 73,000-square foot facility is tucked within LeFleur's Bluff State Park, a 300-acre natural area. The museum grounds feature two-and-a-half miles of nature trails as well as an open-air amphitheater. Inside the institution, visitors can view life-size displays of the state's diverse habitats, a giant aquarium that contains more than 200 species of aquatic life and a 1,700-square foot greenhouse known as "The Swamp." After exploring the museum, stroll around the park, which is a popular place for camping, picnicking and fishing. If you're a fan of golf, bring your clubs. LeFleur's Bluff State Park also sports a nine-hole course and a driving range.

If you're traveling with small children, keep the little ones entertained with a trip to the Mississippi Children's Museum. Also located in LeFleur's Bluff State Park, the Children's Museum opened in late 2010 and features 20,000-square feet of exhibit space arranged around five themes: Mississippi heritage, health and nutrition, literacy, culinary arts, and science and technology.  

At night, hit up Jackson's vibrant nightlife scene. The city boasts more than 50 clubs, restaurants and bars that showcase live music on a regular basis. Most hotel lounges feature popular local musicians, while the city's larger stages and concert halls host national acts. One of the city's main nightlife hubs is located near the intersection of Pearl Street and State Street in the downtown district. The area is home to several notable bars and clubs.

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