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Discover "Little Memphis" with a Charter Bus in Jackson, Tennessee

Jackson is the county seat of Madison County in Tennessee. Nicknamed "Little Memphis," the city is home to more than 67,000 people, making it the largest city in the county and the 7th largest in the state. Explore the city and see its various attractions with a charter bus in Jackson, Tennessee.

Arts & Culture

Head to the Carnegie Center for Arts & History, a museum and events venue located in downtown Jackson. Housed in the former Jackson Free Library, the museum also features exhibits on the Civil War.

Meanwhile, you can catch fine musicals and stage acts at The Ned R. McWherter West Tennessee Cultural Arts Center. This performing arts theater boasts an intimate feel and high-tech facilities.

You may also want to check out groups like the Jackson Symphony, which is a professional orchestra that offers audiences various performances; the Jackson Theatre Guild, which holds quality theatrical productions; and Ballet Arts Inc., which offers community dance performances to audiences.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Hop on a charter bus in Jackson, Tennessee and learn more about the city's rich and colorful past by first touring historic districts, including the Bemis Historic District. The Bemis Mill Village Museum contains exhibits and memorabilia that portray the story of Bemis, a mill town that was forged out of the cotton fields in 1900. There's also East Main Street Historic District, Lane College Historic District, and Northwood Avenue Historic District. These four districts are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Also included on the list are these historic homes:

  • William Kirby Walsh House
  • Ross-Sewell House
  • William Holland, Jr., House
  • Capt. H. P. Farrar House
  • Deberry-Hurt House
  • The Cedars
  • Chevy Chase House and First Presbyterian Church Complex

There are also national historic cemeteries (Hollywood Cemetery, Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Riverside Cemetery); churches (St. Luke Episcopal Church, Temple B'Nai Israel); and other sites (Greyhound Bus Station, Illinois Central Railroad Division Office, Jackson Free Library, Madison County Courthouse, Murphy Hotel, New Southern Hotel, Oakslea Place, Southern Engine and Boiler Works, and the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Passenger Depot-Jackson.

Golf & Other Sports

Avid golfers can check out the 18-hole Jackson National Golf Club, the Bent Tree Golf Course, the Sculley Golf Course and Driving Range, and Jackson Country Club.

If you want spectator sports, you can catch the Jackson Generals play minor league baseball at The Ballpark at Jackson, which used to be called Pringles Park.

You can also check with the West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex, which is a travel baseball and softball complex that hosts various tournaments and sports events.

Dining & Shopping

No visit to Jackson is complete without trying the world-famous Brooks Shaw's Old Country Store Restaurant, which serves three Southern buffets every day. Voted as the city's best restaurant, Brook Shaw's also has an authentically recreated 1890's Ice Cream Parlor & Fudge Shoppe, a Southern Gift and Confectionery Shoppe, and the convenient Old Country Store "To Go."

For more shopping, go to Carriage House Antique Market & Cafe, Music Highway Crossroads, and Old Hickory Mall.

Parks & Outdoor Venues

Go to Cypress Grove, which is a preserve that serves as home to indigenous wildlife, plants, trees, and waterfowl. The park also offers over a mile of winding and elevated boardwalk through a cypress forest, an observation tower, a 25-acre lake, the Killdeer Pond, the Aerie Trail Raptor Center.

There's also the Natchez Trace State Park, with acres of scenic woodlands, four lakes, a swimming beach, a resort inn, a restaurant complex, a lodge, cabins, camping areas, a ball field, a firing range, picturesque hiking trails, picnic areas, and an archery range.

Other parks include Bennett Park, Paradise Park, Conger Park, Centennial Park, Stella Duncan Park, Forest Hills Park, Unity Park, Kate Campbell Robertson Memorial Park, Liberty Garden Park & Arboretum, and Wallace Road Park, among others.

Other Points of Interest

With a charter bus in Jackson, Tennessee, you can also check out Rusty's TV and Movie Car Museum, and the International Rock-A-Billy Hall of Fame.

You may also visit the Casey Jones Village, which is a family destination that houses the Historic Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum, a village Chapel, the Casey Jones Village Amphitheatre, the Casey Jones Mini Golf, the Wildlife in Wood Studio, and the Shoppes at Casey Jones Village, which has shops like the Southern Junction, the Art in the Village Gallery, and the Little Artists Studio.

Reserve a charter bus in Jackson, Tennessee for your trip to the city. Contact BusRental.com online or call us at 1-866-569-2012.

To make a reservation for a charter bus in Jackson, Tennessee, call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012. You can also fill out a short form from our Web site to get a free quote.