The Wort

The Wort

Jackson’s only National Historic Hotel of America, The Wort (pronounced “Wirt” in proper Jacksonese) opened one block from the Town Square in 1941 when downtown’s streets were still dirt. Today, interiors include Fili D’oro linens, a permanent art collection with nearly 100 original pieces, and a bar with one of the best live music scenes around.

 

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