This a freshwater aquarium which is accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association. I would suggest that you do get there when it opens to avoid waiting in line to enter and the hordes of... more
ruby falls is a historic natural attraction located about half way up lookout mountain on scenic drive. in 1928 leo lambert drilled a shaft into ruby falls cave and discovered the falls. ruby falls is... more
The siege of Chattanooga was broken by two actions. The relief of the supply lies when Lookout Mountain was taken and the overrunning of Missionary Ridge. The town was confined between the river and... more
the chattanooga area's most famous tourist attraction is rock city gardens. rock city was first visited by tourists in the early 1800's and they reached the site on mule back. the modern rock city... more
On November 16, 1895 the railroad known today simply as "The Incline" opened, rising up the steepest part of Lookout Mountain This is the steepest passenger train in the world. 72.7% grade. It is a... more
originally called lookout point, point park is part of the chickamauga-chattanooga national military park. the area around point park was involved in the battle of lookout mountain during the civil... more
Lookout Mountain, with a commanding view over Chattanooga, was the site of the Battle of Lookout Mountain, which occurred on November 24, 1863 during the Civil War. During the battle, Union forces... more
Walnut Street Bridge is both the oldest and longest surviving truss bridge in the southern US. It was the first bridge in Chattanooga to span the Tennessee River, and it is said to be the first... more
Coolidge Park is located on the Northshore at the base of the Walnut Street Bridge in downtown Chatanooga. This 13-acre retreat was established in 1999, and it includes trails, fountains, a pavilion,... more
the chattanooga choo choo is a hotel, museum, and entertainment complex located at the historic chattanooga train terminal. the name of the complex is based on the 1941 glenn miller song "chattanooga... more
the hunter museum of american art has an excellent collection of classic and modern art. they have a nice collection of 19 th century oil paintings. the hunter museum also hosts traveling exhibitions... more
The Market Street Bridge, officially named the John Ross Bridge after Cherokee Chief John Ross, spans the Tennessee River connecting downtown and the Northshore District. The bridge was built in 1917... more
Chattanooga Parks, Recreation, Arts & Culture Department provides a wide variety of educational and recreational activities throughout a network of well-maintained parks and public facilities. The... more
This museum is in the heart of the downtown Chattanooga, about 2 blocks back from the river. It is laid out really well and it wasn't too crowded to enjoy when we went. The great thing about this... more
Chattanooga is a beautiful city, rich in history, architecture, and natural beauty. It is quickly becoming one of the nations nicest mid-sized cities in many facets. It sits along the Tennessee River,...
chattanooga is a city located on the tennessee river just north of lookout mountain. chattanooga is the county seat of hamilton county tennessee. chattanooga was originally inhabited by pre-columbian...
I grew up 30 miles north of Chattanooga, and whenever our family went to the "big city," this was it. Chattanooga was a thrilling place back then, especially when all the downtown department stores......