Hill-Holly Building

300 N Farish Street | 769.216.2026 | Website

Initially named Hills Hall, the Hill-Holly Building was commissioned by Thomas Hill and built in 1913 by Francis Blair Hull, the notable owner of F.B. Hull Construction, formerly located on Capitol Street. Located in the Farish Street Neighborhood Historic District in Downtown Jackson, the building is a two-story brick building of the “Classic Revival” style. Today, overseen by the Holly Foundation, the Hill-Holly Building is a repository for history and culture, and currently houses permanent and revolving exhibits such as the Kermit Wells Holly, Sr. “The Unsung Hero” exhibit and the Farish Street Neighborhood Historic District: A Historical Overview. The mission of the Hill-Holly Building is to ensure a cultural presence and legacy within the district through cultural enrichment, historical preservation, and community outreach. Find them on Facebook, or view more information regarding exhibits and admission here.

Hours

Monday: Appointment only
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: Appointment only
Friday: Appointment only
Saturday: Appointment only
Sunday: Closed