Within a quarter-mile stretch are four distinct, family-oriented museums–part of the Lefleur Museum District in Jackson–that offer hands-on, educational visitor experiences. You can even purchase a LeFleur Museum District Pass, at lefleurmuseumdistrict.com, which grants you admission to all four museums at a discounted price. Step back in time at the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum, where you can stroll through Small Town and shop the General Store, learn about our country’s agricultural aviation history and visit the Children’s Barnyard petting zoo. The Mississippi Museum of Natural Science offers visitors another slice of our state’s history–this time, in the form of its natural landscape and inhabitants. Here you can also see a two-headed snake, snap a selfie with a sloth, and see a SCUBA diver feed the fish. Next door is the ever-popular Mississippi Children’s Museum, where the state’s youngest visitors discover a lifelong love of learning through educational and hands-on playtime. Score points with your kids at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame, which showcases Mississippi’s incredible lineup of Olympic, Super Bowl and World Series-winning athletes. Interactive games and exhibits make this museum a fan favorite.