Welcome to Jackson, Mississippi!

Our vast culinary offerings, music, literature and art, museums, and historical sites - many of which help shape the culture of the United States - are only a few reflections of the soul of Jacksonians.

Where to Drink and Dine

From delectable soul food classics - some of them James Beard Award-winning - to innovative Southern fusion, don't sleep on the City With Soul's culinary scene.



Downtown is where government buildings, museums, and historic architecture collide in the heart of the capital city, resulting in a growing residential and public art scene.


The Belhaven Historic District offers nothing short of charm with its tree-lined streets, 1900s-era craftsmen homes, and unique businesses.

Belhaven Heights

On one of the highest hills in Jackson, you'll find Belhaven Heights, an older and more official neighborhood than "Belhaven" itself.


Midtown is a diverse, up-and-coming neighborhood located just north of downtown Jackson, adjacent to Millsaps College and Baptist Hospital and two blocks from the University of Mississippi Medical Center.


The Fondren Historic District has been known as one of Jackson's cultural centers since the 1920s, with spaces to enjoy music, food, the arts, and everything in between.

North Jxn

In North Jackson’s shopping district, you can find tried-and-true retail staples on the city's furthest northern reaches - and Civil Rights history at Tougaloo College.

LeFleur East

Named after explorer Louis LeFleur, LeFleur East is located where the city of Jackson originated.

West Jxn

Steeped in history and culture, West Jackson is experiencing renewed interest thanks to places like Jackson State University.

South Jxn

South Jackson has several hidden culinary gems and historical sites in the capital city, including Buddy Butts Park, a nature and hiking park with well-maintained, well-marked trails for hikers and mountain bikers.