We Know the 5 Best Day Trips from Jackson, MS

Couple drinking coffee and looking at a map in the winter with overlaying text saying "download our free Vacation guide"The Jackson area is a wonderful place to explore. You can drive through scenic landscapes, learn about the town’s history, and visit unique places. While staying at the Historic Fairview Inn, set aside a day to go on an exciting road trip. Use our expertise and discover our five favorite day trips from Jackson, MS. From historical landmarks to beautiful forests, you’re sure to find something you like. Plus, experience other fun activities around our state capital with the help of our free Vacation Guide! It’s filled with local recommendations for restaurants, museums, shops, outdoor adventures, and more.

 

You’ll Love These Day Trips from Jackson, MS

 

Natchez

Natchez is our favorite day trip from Jackson, and it might be yours, too! There’s always something going on. You can attend an event or exhibition, or visit one of the many cafes and restaurants! Here’s a list of our top five things to do in Natchez. Grab a pen and start adding to your bucket list!

 

 

Vicksburg

Vicksburg is the perfect day trip for history buffs. It was once a Civil War site and has many battlefields and museums that highlight the event. Stop at the Vicksburg National Military Park, which is said to be haunted by the spirits of soldiers. Then, grab a seat at Monsour’s and try some authentic Southern cuisine. You can even travel back in time at Adolph Rose Antiques. This fabulous store offers more than 10,000 square feet of unique artifacts and collectibles. You might even find a treasure to bring back home!

 

Greenwood

Greenwood is ideal for a chill getaway. It’s a more relaxed version of Jackson, with a variety of fun activities to try. Top things to do in Greenwood involve shopping at the Delta Emporium, visiting the Museum of the Mississippi Delta, and dining at Serio’s Restaurant.

 

Flora Petrified Forest

A trip to the Mississippi Petrified Forest in Flora, MS, will be one you’ll never forget. This forest features a collection of stone logs that are approximately 36 million years old! Stroll through the peaceful environment to admire flourishing flowers and wildlife.

 

Landrum’s Homestead and Village

Dedicated to honoring the state’s history, Landrum’s Homestead and Village in Laurel, MS, is a must-see attraction. The village reflects everyday life in the 1800s and offers fun activities like butter churning, cooking old-fashioned recipes, wagon rides, and much more. It’s ideal for visitors of all ages.

 

Your Room at Fairview Inn Is Calling!

Fairview InnOnce you’ve explored the five towns on our list, come home to a cozy room at the Historic Fairview Inn! Our accommodations are perfect for couples who are looking to relax and reconnect with each other. You’ll find serenity within the walls of our historic inn while enjoying the comfort of our modern amenities.

Book the Dayton Cooper Room and let your mind unwind. Here, you can take a hot shower, put on a luxurious, complimentary robe, and nestle up by the fireplace with a good book. Enjoy the best night of sleep you’ve had in years and wake up the next morning to a delicious breakfast!

 

 

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