Travelers who have visited Jacksonville’s historic downtown will be surprised by its new, breathtaking beauty.article Travelers will be amazed by the view of the river, the downtown skyline and the beautiful riverfront.
The city’s waterfront was the site of the first recorded railroad crossing in 1892, and its historic downtown has been home to more than a dozen major hotels and a collection of restaurants and shops.
The downtown is the hub of tourism for Jackson County, with more than 7,000 visitors a day.
Many visitors also enjoy walking, biking, swimming and hiking in the nearby hills, a popular destination for bird watchers.
Jacksonville’s most popular attraction is the historic Jackson Hotel, which was designed by James Monroe Jones and opened in 1911 as a showcase for the city’s first real hotel.
It was named the National Historic Landmark of the United States in 1997, and the hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
It is located on the east side of the old Fort Monroe Bridge, which spans the river and spans the Jackson River.
The old Fort is now the home of the Jackson County Department of Health and Senior Services, and visitors can get up close and personal with the county’s elderly and children in the area.
The Jackson Village at Jackson River Park is a popular spot for bird watching, and it hosts an annual duck hunt and a large animal parade every spring.
The historic downtown is a favorite place for outdoor enthusiasts to relax, hang out with friends, take in the sunset or catch a few fish.
There are also many restaurants, bars and nightlife venues.