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Pearl is a city in Mississippi.

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By planeEdit

Pearl is served by Jackson-Evers International Airport, with direct flights to a number of major cities by Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines (including Atlantic Southeast Airlines), United Airlines, and American Eagle Airlines. Flights to regional hubs (Charlotte, Memphis, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Chicago (Midway and O'Hare), Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Orlando, Detroit)

By trainEdit

Amtrak - City of New Orleans offers service between New Orleans and Chicago in nearby Jackson's newly refurbished Union Station as a passenger stop.

By busEdit

Greyhound offers buses from Union Station in nearby downtown Jackson, 300 W. Capital St.

By carEdit

Pearl is situated just east of the junction of Interstate 55 (running north and south) and Interstate 20 (running east and west)runsthrough the city. New Orleans, LA is about 190 miles south of Pearl; Memphis, TN. is about 220 miles north; Dallas, TX is about 300 miles west; Atlanta, GA is about 320 miles east.

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  • Antique Mall, 1217 Vine Street.
  • Antique Market, 3009 N. State Street, +1-601-982-5456.
  • Fondren District, North State Street from Woodrow Wilson to Meadowbrook Rd. Office: 3318 North State Street, +1-601-981-9606. Shopping, antiques, restaurants and more in this quaint neighborhood that is reinventing itself. [1]
  • Metrocenter Mall.
  • Highland Village.
  • Northpark Mall.
  • Dogwood Festival Market.
  • Dogwood Promenade.
  • Renaissance at Colony Park.
  • Galleria (coming soon).
  • Bloomfield Outlets (coming soon).
  • NeuMarket Outlets (coming soon).

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  • Mississippi Braves minor league (AA) baseball
Routes through Pearl
VicksburgJackson  W   E  BrandonMeridian
Indianola/GreenwoodJackson  N   S  CollinsHattiesburg
VicksburgJackson  W   E  BrandonMeridian


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