Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum, Jackson
(4.4/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • Neat place to walk around and see interesting old things. They have barns, a hearse, tractors and cabins. 
  • I went as a chaperone on a 1st grade field trip. I must say that despite it being super packed with many other buses and students, it was well organized and had plenty stations to visit in case yours ...  more »
  • While visiting relations in Jackson we visited this museum on a pumpkin day, not sure of the official name. The admission included a hay ride & a pumpkin. Our grandchildren had a great time. We also e...  more »
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  • We love the Ag museum. Always fun. The General Store is a must stop every trip. Ole Town is so cool too. The train and airplane exhibits are also some of our favorites.
  • Always a great experience for all ages. The staff is very friendly! Some buildings are even rentable. Also, there is a pokemon gym. #TeamMystic
  • What a beautiful place to visit and going back into history of this beautiful state! It was a huge pleasure to visit and thank you eveveryone for providing us such a timeless adventure! ☆☆☆☆☆
  • This is a wonderful place for children as well as adults. I urge you to visit, take your children, gand children let them actually see history and the relevance to life today. If you have old antique farm or wood working equipment that you are not using or have no one in your family interested in DONATE!
  • I loved the 5 dollar price first of all, next I loved the mini train set up that ran through the entire middle of the room. All the exhibits were historically informative and I even found a drag saw that someone donated from my hometown in MS! The old tools, tractors, and cars were neat to see. Plus the 1920s small town MS that they built up is super cool to walk through. Totally worth the hour or two it takes to walk through all of it.