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Located at the corner of Church Street and Museum Drive in Mantachie is Historic Bonds House. Built ca. 1895 by Mantachie merchant and postmaster James Andrew Bonds, this historic structure serves as the county's museum of history. Housed in this historic building are several archives rooms including the Delmus C. Harden Archives, the George Washington Owens Archives, the Ruth Boren Sheffield Archives and the James Grissom Archives. The building houses artifacts from the early 1800s through the 20th Century and is maintained by the Itawamba Historical Society.
From the moment you arrive, you will be caught up in the excitement of this state-of-the-art science center and visitor attraction that will inspire, amaze and engage all who visit.
America's first and only Islamic History Museum displaying exhibits describing the Muslim experience and place it in context with other cultural and religious groups.
Jackson Municipal Art Gallery is housed in a classic antebellum home and is used as a venue for local emerging artists with monthly art exhibits.
The Jackson Zoo has one of the finest collections of wild animals from throughout the world, shown in natural habitat surroundings.
Available for Birthday parties, Weddings, Receptions and education tours.
Tells the story of life that dates back to the 1750 BC in 3 periods; (1750BC - 500BC) (500BC - 1000AD) (1000 AD - 1500 AD)
Modern art gallery featuring works from area artist including photography and pottery.
Contains memorabilia collected throughout the many years by humorist, Jerry Clower.
The "Father of Country Music" is immortalized in this collection of memorabilia located in his hometown.
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