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Known as the "City with Soul" due to its numerous musicians, its history of illegal nightclubs and the fact that it is on the Mississippi Blues Trail, Jackson is the capital and the larges city of the state of Mississippi. Sitting on the Pearl River that runs into the Gulf of Mexico, the city was named after General Andrew Jackson honored for his role in the Battle of New Orleans and who later served as a US President.
Make sure you check out the Old Capitol Museum (circa 1839) that was the seat of the Mississippi Government up until the early 1900s. A Greek revival building, it has been restored and opened to the public as a museum, where you will find exhibits of the high court, legislature and the governor. Another one for the museum buffs is the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. You will glean all sorts of information about the natural history of Mississippi and get to walk through a greenhouse called "The Swamp" to eyeball a few alligators. The State Capitol Building from 1901 has an incredible 180 ft dome roof crowned with a 15 ft high gold leaf-covered eagle perched on top. You can take an enchanting walk around the house and gardens of the writer Eudora Welty and continue your arty quest at the Mississippi Museum of Art, the largest art museum in Mississippi. Another one for the museum lover is the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum that covers 39 acres of land dealing with the impact of agriculture and forestry on the Mississippi. You can have playtime with the animals at the Jackson Zoological Park or watch a film on a 60 foot-wide dome screen at the Russell C Davis Planetarium.
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