Address: 56 Casey Jones Ln. Jackson, TN 38305 Contact Email: caseyjonestn@yahoo.com Fax: (731) 664-8687 Toll-free: 731-668-1223
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I-40 exit 80A at Hwy 45 Bypass. Turn right at first light south of I-40.


A Jackson landmark since 1965, Brooks Shaw's Old Country Store restaurant serves delicious award winning Southern favorites daily. Locally owned and operated by the Shaw family.

Casey Jones Village is a family destination that includes Brooks Shaw's Old Country Store, Casey Jones Home & Railroad Museum, Providence House, the Village Chapel, the Village Baker, Casey Jones Village Amphitheatre, the Shoppes at Casey Jones Village, Casey Jones Mini Golf, the Wellwood store with the Wildlife in Wood Studio of master woodcarver Dee Moss and the Judge Milton Brown Pullman Railcar with Walking Wisely Life Services. Be sure and be sure and visit The Shoppes at Casey Jones Village. 

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City: Jackson, TN
Region: West Tennessee
Subregion: Southwest

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Hours Open:
Open 6:30 am to 9:00 pm Monday to Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Dates Closed:
Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day

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