Top Reasons to Live in Jackson, OH
- Awesome museums and cultural attractions! The Jones Museum, opened in 1995 and founded by Lillian Jones, has at least four themed exhibits within the main building, alongside an extensive and eclectic permanent exhibition including many rare photographs and other items, all designed to educate and preserve the historical artifacts of Jackson County. Meanwhile, the Markay Cultural Arts Center also offers lots to do, with activities from painting and creative writing to quilting. You can also see examples of fine early 1900s homes if you take Jackson's architectural walking tour of the city. It was founded in 1795, so there's a long and proud history.