Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown - Convention Center
209 South Gallatin Street
Jackson, MS 39203
Phone: (601) 896-0390
Fax: (601) 896-0397
Material Girls is always on the cutting edge of fashion. With four stores throughout Mississippi and an online shop, this retailer is the perfect place to find trendy women's clothing at any price point. Material Girls specializes in unique, hard-to-find items, ensuring that your wardrobe will be as unique as you are.
This is a good basic camera store with two locations in Jackson. The main store in Deville Plaza sells cameras, camera equipment, film, video recorders, picture frames and related items. In addition to developing film in a variety of formats, the store also offers one-hour processing, video transfers and passport photos. The downtown store at 401 East Capitol Street is smaller and focuses on developing and selling film. Established in 1977, the store has prospered over the years thanks due to its friendly staff and its reputation for offering reliable film work to the general customer.
Royal Bleau is a popular boutique in Jackson that specializes in providing edgy and sophisticated fashions for women. This shop carries shoes and accessories, such as flower crowns, in addition to dresses, tshirts and jumpsuits. There is also a selection of plus size clothing, making the fashions accessible to every body type.
The Mississippi Farmer's Market is the community's central space to find the freshest produce raised by local Mississippi farmers. This market is a mix of products from both large and small farms, and this farmer's market is the largest of its kind in the state. The all-weather facility near the fairgrounds ensures that fresh produce is available any day, rain or shine.
Browsing from storefront to storefront is a relaxing way to spend an afternoon, but if you're serious about your antiquing then head over to High Street. This amazing cooperative, between many of the area's most industrious traders, features over 100 dealer spaces representing just about every specialty in the antique game. Furniture and accessory items are the chief draw, but the stock here also includes some of the most interesting and culturally unique collectables to be found in the South.
Treehouse Boutique is known as the store with the pink door. This shop stocks a variety of fashions and accessories for women, for any season and any occasion. This Fondren District shop stocks a few big name designers in addition to more affordable pieces to keep your wardrobe looking fresh and trendy.
Owners of this five thousand square foot building import directly from England, which helps keep everything realistically priced. They make two to three trips each year to purchase beautiful furniture, clocks, and decorative accessories. The merchandise is always interesting and you can find great pieces at affordable prices. Take home an antiquarian book treasure or something from one of the over thirty other antique venders that lease space from the building owners.
This trendy consignment shop is located in the always interesting Fondren area of Jackson. A shopper will never get bored looking through the eclectic clothes that this store sells. They consign vintage and gently worn clothes and shoes in women's, men's and plus sizes. In addition to clothes, The Orange Peel carries accessories including jewelry, scarves, vests, ties and even kitchen aprons. The prices are very affordable and the price gradually lowers on inventory depending on how long it has been in the shop. This store is for shoppers who are looking for something unique at an affordable price.
As the name suggests, Morningbell Records & Studios is a music venue-cum-music shop. It stocks and sells second hand CDs, vinyl records and cassettes too. Apart from that, it also hosts concerts that feature local artists and bands. Most of the events are 18 and above; for more details check website.
Stunning design and a great layout make for easy shopping in the largest shopping outlet in the state. Towering glass canopies let in the sunlight to feed the rows of palms and ferns that line the walkways between such stores as Dillards, McRae's, Sears plus over 114 specialty shops, boutiques and restaurants. A busy food court features offerings of Italian, Chinese, Mexican and lots of traditional Southern goodies. The Metrocenter Mall is located just off I-220 near Highway 80.
Nestled on the somewhat out-of-the-way corner of Lakeland Drive and Ridgewood Road, this winning collection of six shops and two restaurants draws shoppers of distinction from all over the area. The specialties in this quarter range from unique curiosity shops featuring home decor and conversation pieces, to a wine merchant that boasts the most diverse and respected inventory in town. Visitors may also pamper themselves at one of the hair and nail care salons or treat themselves to a workout at the modern dance studio.
This independent bookstore's eclectic selection, knowledgeable staff and welcoming environment are unmatched in the city. Lemuria has prospered in a time of large chain bookstores due to its attention to individual customers and their reading interests. It is one of best stores in the nation for contemporary Southern writing. Hosting author readings on Wednesday nights, it holds frequent signings by nationally known writers. The first editions room includes signed works by Ernest Hemingway, Eudora Welty, Alice Walker and other greats. The store also has a full-time children's book buyer and an excellent children's section named OZ.