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OYO Hotel Jackson North I-55
OYO Hotel Jackson North I-55
OYO Hotel Jackson North I-55
OYO Hotel Jackson North I-55
OYO Hotel Jackson North I-55

OYO Hotel Jackson North I-55

4641 I-55, Jackson, MS, 39206· 4.5 mi
3.7 (7 Ratings)·Good
Parking facility
Free Wifi
Designated smoking area
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King Bed
$38$4820% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
OYO Hotel Jackson South I-55
OYO Hotel Jackson South I-55
OYO Hotel Jackson South I-55
OYO Hotel Jackson South I-55
OYO Hotel Jackson South I-55

OYO Hotel Jackson South I-55

3880 I-55, Jackson, MS, 39212· 4.5 mi
4.2 (90 Ratings)·Very Good
Mini Fridge
Seating area
Coffee/tea maker
+ 43 more
King Bed
$64$8020% off
+ Taxes, per room per night
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Best Places & Best Hotels in Jackson ms

Jackson, the capital city of Mississippi, is a treasure of magnificent architecture and complex history. From the era of the Civil Rights movement to the genesis of Blues and Jazz, Jackson is a reminder of incredible beauty born out of adversity. Today, it is a city full of music, art, culture, and some of the best Soul Food you will ever find in the country. Don’t worry about stays, you will find hotels across all price ranges

Places to visit in and around Jackson and

The Mississippi State Capitol and Old Capitol Museum

Take a tour of both the current and old seat of government in Mississippi. Visitors can go on guided tours of the old building which is now a museum. It is a stunning example of Greek Revival architecture. The current Capitol building – with an ornate dome carrying a 15 ft eagle in gold leaf - is also open to the public. Those keen on watching the proceedings can observe House and Senate sessions from the public gallery.

These historic landmarks are a must-visit when in Jackson. They’re located in the middle of the city, with mighty cheap hotels in Jackson ms including OYO Hotel Jackson Fairgrounds I-55 nearby available with amenities like swimming pool and parking space. Book hotels in a giffy through our website.

F. Jones Corner and Hal and Mal’s

If you’re a fan of Blues Music, there’s no better place than Jackson, Mississippi. She’s called the Home of the Blues for a good reason. Immerse yourself in musical history at F. Jones Corner or drop by Hal and Mal’s to catch a performance during their “Blue Monday.”

LeFleur's Bluff State Park

Worlds away from the noise of the city yet located right next to it, LeFleur Bluff State Park is a beautiful escape. This gorgeous, expansive Park contains a nine-hole golf course with a driving range, picnic areas, shops, restaurants, cafes, and playgrounds. Nature lovers have several hiking trails and campsites to choose from, each one more serene than the next.

Mississippi Museum of Natural Science

Discover the state of Mississippi’s fascinating natural history at the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science. The museum lies inside LeFleur's Bluff State Park and contains a variety of exhibits, interactive habitats, and specimen collections. Take in the wonders of aquatic life at the 100,000-gallon aquarium. The mysteries of “The Swamp”, with its alligators, turtles, and lush wetland flora that will intrigue you.

Fondren District

If you’re a fan of quirky, contemporary art, stop by the brilliant Fonden District. This unique creative district is perfect for a day of discovering up-and-coming art and browsing small bakeries, boutiques, and cafes. With regular live music, book signings, and beautiful art galleries to keep you company, Fonden is a great place to wander around.

Mississippi Civil Rights Museum

Visit the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum for thought-provoking insights into the history of the Civil Rights movement from the end of the Civil War to the 70s. Through memorials, photos, exhibits, and films, the museum documents the stories and struggles of the civil rights movement and ordinary people affected by slavery.

Eudora Welty House and Garden

Retrace the life and works of the author, Eudora Welty at the Eudora Welty House and Garden. One of the prime attractions here is a collection of over 150,000 letters that were found after her death. These remarkable letters offer glimpses into the life and times of Eudora Welty, as well as society and culture in Mississippi then.

How to Reach Jackson?

The Jackson-Evers International Airport has good connections to the rest of the United States. Visitors can also take the Chicago to New Orleans Amtrak which has Jackson as a stop. Located conveniently on an interstate, Jackson can be accessed via the I-55 from the north or south and I-20 from the west or east.

Food in Jackson

From Southern-style comfort food, seafood, to the best of world cuisine - Jackson’s restaurants and cafes have all your food needs covered. Try the confit chicken wings and tuna poke nachos at Barrelhouse. Crazy Cat Eat Up is a good place for soul food such as shrimp tamale fritters, biscuits, casseroles, and pies.

Best Budget Hotels in Jackson

OYO offers affordable hotels in Jackson along with several amenities like free Wi-Fi, comfortable beds, ensuite bathroom, tea/coffee maker, and parking, among others. For a convenient stay during your next trip to Jackson, look no further than the OYO hotels. Check our website for best hotel deals and hotel discounts. We offer weekly rate and monthly rate hotels as well, starting from $30 per night.

Popular locations like Hawkins Field Airport ,West Woodrow Wilson Avenue , Jackson Municipal Airport Auth , Medical Center Jackson and University Of Mississippi Medical Center Helipad are accessible from OYO Hotels.

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Questions and Answers

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✅ OYO Hotel near Jackson Municipal Airport Auth?

Some of the best budget hotels near Jackson Municipal Airport Auth are OYO Hotel Jackson MS Downtown, OYO Hotel Candlelight Jackson, OYO Hotel Jackson Fairgrounds I-55, Hotel O Jackson I-55 North, OYO Hotel Jackson North I-55.

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✅ Does OYO offer hotels with weekly rates and monthly rates?

Yes, you can book hotels for long term stay with OYO Hotels. There are weekly rentals and monthly rentals that can be availed through the website, starting at $30 per night.

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✅ What are the best OYO Hotels in Jackson?

OYO offers various budget hotels in Jackson, some of the best hotels include OYO Hotel Jackson MS Downtown, OYO Hotel Candlelight Jackson, OYO Hotel Jackson Fairgrounds I-55, Hotel O Jackson I-55 North, OYO Hotel Jackson North I-55, OYO Hotel Jackson MS Downtown.

All OYO hotels are packed with all essentials needed for a comfortable stay. A few of the facilities in place for guests include with, car parking, swimming pools, 24/7 check-in, and card payments. Some select OYO properties provide wheelchair accessibility too. Cosy beds, hygienic rooms and vibrant vibes are rest assured. While making a booking, check out for best hotel deals and hotel discounts.

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✅ What are some budget-friendly places I can stay in Jackson?
Jackson offers a variety of modestly-priced hotel choices, both in the city center as well as just outside.
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✅ Where can I go shopping in Jackson?
  • Fondren District: This area is a hub for arts and small businesses. Be sure to stop by Beacon, a consciously curated shop with art supplies and artisan-made, fair-trade items.
  • Lemuria Books: The best selection of literature in the state, including a plethora of signed editions, first editions, as well as Mississippi and Southern authors.
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✅ What are the best restaurants in Jackson?
    • Southern comfort:
      • E&L Barbeque: People come from far and wide to this no-frills BBQ spot, especially for the ribs. 
      • Parlor Market: This restaurant delights with Southern fusion cuisine, including buttermilk fried chicken, delicious sandwiches, and fried pickles.
      • Mayflower Cafe: This is Jackson’s oldest operating restaurant. Locals say to try the famous Comeback Sauce, a creamy, orange, mayo-garlic-chili sauce with a kick.  that you can also Pick up a bottle to take back home with you.
      • Pig & Pint: This hip, rustic spot serves high-end fusion BBQ, including ribs, brisket, BBQ nachos, and BBQ tacos. Wash it all down with one of their 100 craft beers.
    • Italian:
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✅ What are some kid-friendly activities in Jackson?

Mississippi Children’s Museum: Parents praise this as one of the best children’s museums anywhere. There are three floors of engaging play and learning activities for children aged toddler through pre-teen.  

The Jackson Zoological Park: Visitors commend the shaded terrain, water park, train, and friendly staff at the zoo here.

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✅ What are the top 5 things to see in Jackson?
    • Mississippi Civil Rights Museum: This museum offers a detailed, thorough, and moving look at the stories of a Mississippi movement that changed the nation. Museum-goers say to plan a leisurely stay, as there is a “spellbinding and breathtaking” depth of auditory and visual information to take in.
    • Mississippi Museum of Art: Admission to this cultural attraction is free, although you can leave a donation as your budget allows. Patrons note that, although the museum is not large in size, the rotating exhibits are well done, the children’s areas are interactive, and the grounds are pleasant.
    • The Mississippi Petrified Forest: This unique spot lies about 30 minutes outside of Jackson. Created around 36 million years ago by an ancient log jam, the forest is now home to the petrified logs that turned to stone. It offers a peaceful and shaded hike on an easy trail and an interesting look at the historical geology of Mississippi. There is also a small museum on site.
    • Eudora Welty House: The home of acclaimed twentieth-century author and Pulitzer Prize winner Eudora Welty remains authentically as it was for much of the 76 years she lived there. Take a tour and see what titles you can spot in Welty’s collection of thousands of books still here, at this National Historic Landmark.
    • LeFleur’s Bluff State Park: This public recreation area is located along the Pearl River in Jackson and provides a lush green spot for camping, fishing, hiking, and picnicking. It’s also home to a lake, a golf course, and the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science.
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