jackson has a very good selection of post civil war era victorian homes. because of the destruction of jackson in 1864 there are no antebellum homes that exist in the town. for those interested in architecture the residental neighborhoods near downtown are worth a look when in jackson.
the historic jackson presbyterian church was founded in 1827. the original chuch was destroyed by union general william t. sherman's troops in 1864. the current church was built in 1897. the jackson presbyterian church is one of several beautiful churches in downtown jackson.
pictured is the old southern railway depot in downtown jackson. the southern railway was built in 1884 and connected jackson to atlanta and macon. for those interested in southern railroad history the jackson depot is worth a look.
As the name implies, this restaurant serves their drinks in real Mason jars.
The food is good, too. It is mainly southern food, but I am sure anybody will find something they will enjoy.