#JXNTNWKND Brew, Food, and Fun Itinerary

There is a lot to do in Jackson and West Tennessee and this season we spend a little more time outside of Jackson. (To View the 731 Bat Around Itinerary click here.) We have picked out enough things for you to have the best weekend ever in Jackson! If you are looking for more information, please request our visitors guide.

We will be releasing new videos for each of these stops in Jackson, so stayed tuned for more information to come out!


Century Farm Winery

In the mood for a wine tasting? Visit Century Farm Winery for a wide variety of wines. Or join them during one of their many special events held at their location. After all, mom and dad need to relax on vacation, too.

Samuel T. Bryant Distillery

Are you tired of your average canned beer? This 3,000 square foot facility includes a Tasting Room which can also be rented for weddings, receptions, and business meetings. While you’re there, you can enjoy distilled spirits of all makes and models.

Redbones Grill and Bar

Redbone’s brags that it is where Bourbon Street meets Beale Street and that inspiration led to a dynamic atmosphere filled with terrific foods, drinks, and live music. The menu offers Louisiana-inspired cooking which can be enjoyed inside or on their patio.


Woodstock Bakeshop

Some of the best home baked goods in Jackson, TN come from the tie dye wearing folks at Woodstock Bakeshop. Owned by a father/son team, this bakery embraces the peace and love seeking vibes from the 60s and 70s. Though they specialize in high quality cupcakes, their menu also offers lunch items and other sweet treats.

Cypress Grove Nature Park


Cyprus Grove offers one of the most beautiful nature walks available in West Tennessee. Just over a mile long, your pathway consists of elevated boardwalk that meanders through 25 acres of Wood Duck Lake, Killdeer Pond, and ends at the Aerie Trail Raptor Center which is a sanctuary for injured hawks, eagles, owls, and other birds of prey.

The Burger Basket and Mindfield

On your way into Brownsville, be certain to save plenty of room for your award winning burger from the Burger Basket.  Then stop by the Mindfield. It offers a brain-boggling experience as you take in the view. Begun in 1989, this roadside destination towers 13 stories high and is a mass of gray iron and steel.

West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center

Just a short drive down I-40, the Tina Turner museum is located in the historic one-room schoolhouse that Tina herself attended as a child. Come for a special learning experience to understand the culture of music in the south and how that shaped and influenced Tina’s career.

Chandelier Cafe and Cater

Fine dining meets shabby chic in this one-of-a-kind local restaurant. Located in the historic Neely House in downtown Jackson, Chandelier offers the class of an upscale restaurant with the comfort of tea served in a mason jar.

The Downtown Tavern

Enjoy the beauty of downtown Jackson at what the locals call our ‘Cheers’. With a casual atmosphere, everyone will be able to relax and enjoy their vacation with drinks and a live local music. Keep in mind – you must be 21 to enter.


The Discovery Park of America


The Discovery Park of America has attractions for the young and young at heart of your family. The 70,000 square foot facility includes interactive exhibits, dinosaur displays, and 50 acres of outdoor gardens and exhibits. You’ll want to schedule a full day so that you don’t have to rush or miss anything!