9 Reasons to Live in Jackson, TN
1. Explore the town's railroad history! Jackson's early development was largely due to its role as a railroad junction. At the height of railroad travel in the 1930s through the '60s, passengers could get on one of 15 trains regularly stopping in Jackson and travel nonstop to Miami, Chicago, New Orleans, Mobile, or any number of other cities. Today, you can explore this railroad history by touring the N.C.& St. L. Depot and Railroad Museum in downtown Jackson or the Casey Jones Museum located at Casey Jones Village. The village also has many other attractions, including two restaurants, a mini-golf course and an old country store.