Pick Up a Passport to Earn a Free City With Soul Shirt!

Safely explore the City With Soul – and get a free tee to boot – with the new Metro Jackson Passport.

The small, bound book – the size of a traveler’s passport – invites you to visit landmarks of the city, collecting stamps from participating attractions, restaurants and others. Information within the passport gives a glimpse of locations, descriptions and contact information for these spots. Best of all, the passport is free!

Once at least six stamps are collected, the passport can be redeemed at the JXN Welcome Center (308 E. Pearl Street downtown), Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., to claim a City With Soul shirt.

Visiting from out-of-town and don’t have time to get by before you leave? You can also redeem passports by mail to receive the free gift.

The Metro Jackson Attractions Association, in partnership with Visit Jackson, launched the program in October 2020.

The free Passport will be available at State Welcome Centers, the JXN Welcome Center, and participating attractions, restaurants and retailers in Jackson including:

Aplos
Arts Center of MS
BRAVO! 
Broad Street Baking Company
COFO Civil Rights Education Center
Eudora Welty House & Garden
Highland Village**
Hilton Jackson
Homewood Suites by Hilton Fondren Medical District
International Museum of Muslim Cultures
LeFleur Museum District**
MS Agriculture & Forestry Museum
MS Children’s Museum
Museum of Natural Science
MS Sports Hall of Fame
Manship Wood Fired Kitchen
Margaret Walker Center at Jackson State University
MS Farmers Market
MS Governor’s Mansion
MS Museum of Art
MS State Capitol
Municipal Art Gallery
Museum of MS History
MS Civil Rights Museum
Old Capitol Inn
Old Capitol Museum
Outlets of MS
Sal & Mookie’s
Smith Robertson Museum & Cultural Center
Thalia Mara Hall**
The Fairview Inn
Visit Ridgeland**
Visit Mississippi**

Locations with the asterisk are not stampable.

To learn more about how Jackson, Mississippi is ready to safely welcome you, and for local socially-distanced activities to enjoy while you’re here, visit our Safer Travel page.