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Chattanooga Brew Choo Pedal Pub
"Looking to see the sights of Chattanooga while also checking out local pubs bars and breweries? Look no further than the Chattanooga Brew Choo! Started in 2012 the Brew Choo pedal pub is one of the most unique ways to travel the city while drinking brews and learning about Chattanooga’s storied past!This 2-hour pedal tour will allow you to experience Chattanooga like you never thought you woul bars and breweries in the city. You will have the opportunity to BYOB or purchase brews from the locations we visit. There is nothing like the chance to get in a little bit of exercise while exploring a wonderful city like Chattanooga"""Pedal pub that shows you the night life of Chattanooga. Go to several different bars or just drink on the brew choo with whatever beer you want to bring! No liquor
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Bartram Trail Hike plus Wine Tasting
"Experience the Bertram Trail which has been designated as a National Recreation Trail by the National Trail System Act.  You will trek through Georgia’s scenic Rabun County which offers a fantastic exploration of northeast Georgia’s ruggedly beautiful wilderness. Yonah Mountain Trail delivers an overall outstanding hike just north of Atlanta and rises from the foothills of Georgia’s southern Appalachian Mountai 12 Spies Vineyard or Yonah Mountain Winery.You will be emailed three days before your journey to confirm meeting location and time.""""Explore either Bertram Trail's rolling elevation through a forest rich with wildflowers mosses and ferns or Mount Yonah rising from the foothills of Georgia’s Southern Appalachian Mountains followed by wine tasting at Stone Wall Creek Vineyard
From $155.00
 
Atlanta Historical Homes Tour
"Visit the Swan House the Smith Family Farm and the Margret Mitchell House on this guided tour of two of Atlanta's famed historical homes enjoying local pickup and round-trip transportation. Built in 1928 for the Harvard H. Inman family the Swan House is one of the most recognizable and photographed landmarks of Atlanta. Noted architect Philip T. Shutze designed Swan House and its gardens as well as many other distinct buildings in the city. You'll take in the home's classic yet elegant demeanor and explore its beautiful landscaped gardens fountains and breathtaking views. The tour includes accurate and vivid descriptions of the Inman family's life inside the historic home acquired by the Atlanta Historical Society in 1966.Continuing your tour
From $58.00

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An Internet Friendly City

Whether for business or personal use, email or entertainment, one does not need to be deprived of the internet while visiting Chattanooga. Even if your hotel does not provide internet access, you...
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Ruby Falls

Ruby Falls is a 145-foot underground waterfall located inside of Lookout Mountain. The cave and waterfall were discovered in the 1920s by Leo Lambert. He was trying to access Lookout Mountain Cave by...
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Aquarium

The Tennessee Aquarium is the world's largest freshwater Aquarium and one of the best Aquarium's in the country. It has two main buildings, the peaks are essentially the skyline of downtown...
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Rock City

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...
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Choo Choo

From 1909 to 1970, all trains to points south passed through Chattanooga’s famous terminal, which was designed by a 24-year-old architectural student from New York. The terminal’s first plans were...
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Walnut Street Bridge

Tony and I enjoyed the gorgeous weather today. We parked at the paid parking lot below the bridge on the river edge..great parking...cost $1 for 1 hr. $2 for 4 hours or $4 all day..can't beat it..pay...
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Incline Railway

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...
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"Chattanooga-A Great City"
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"A Town Reborn"
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"Chattanooga Tennessee"
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"Chattanooga, Tennessee: A City Reborn"
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