Best Landmarks in Jackson

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Jackson, Mississippi. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!


100 South State Street, Jackson, MS 39201

Since 1839

Convention, Historical Artifacts, House, Architecture Buildings, Historic Places, Observation Deck, Flagstones, Community and Government Buildings, State Capitol, Damaged Ceilings, Walls, Ornamentation, Storm Repairs and Renovations, Collections & Brick Partition Walls

Free admission ● Its original grandeur and reopened by the state as a free museum focusing on the distinguished history of the building and the events that have taken place in it ● Interactive multimedia exhibits explore the roles of the legislature, governor, and high court, as well as the importance of historic preservation to the state ● The building is a National Historic Landmark, and one of the country’s premier examples of Greek Revival public architecture


Tue - Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Mon Closed

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300 East Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39201

Since 1839

Guided Tours, Private Occasions, Historical Building, Holiday Historic House Tour, Gift Shop, Observation Deck, Facility Use, Field Trips, Capitol Building, Collections, Tour Information, Docent Program & Weddings

Free admission ● It was designated a National Historic Landmark, making it at that time one of only two state gubernatorial residences to receive this honour ● The historic section and grounds of the Governor’s Mansion have been designated as an area for limited public use by educational, historical, or other non-profit organizations


Mon - Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 1:00 am - 5:00 pm

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823 North Jefferson Street, Jackson, MS 39202

Since 1853

Tour The Oaks, Oldest Dwellings, Historic Preservation, Events, The Boyd House, Boyd Furniture, 31-Star Flag & The Gardens

The house is one of few extant structures that survived the burning of Jackson in the Civil War ● Its collection, and grounds, to depict the life of a middle-class family on a mid-19th-century urban farmstead through the story of four-term Jackson mayor James Hervey Boyd, his wife Eliza, and their family, focusing on the years 1853 to 1863

Price: Adult $4.50, Child $3.50, Senior (65 and older) $4.00


Tue & Fri 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sat - Mon, Wed & Thu Closed

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