Must-see attractions in Chattanooga

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    Myriad songbirds of the avian variety call Tennessee home, but Chattanooga's newly revamped Songbirds – an innovative interactive learning space devoted…

  • Lover's Leap Waterfall, Lookout Mountain, Georgia, America

    Lookout Mountain


    Just ten minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee, rising along the upper rim of the city, Lookout Mountain is rich in both Civil War history and…

  • Welcome sign outside the Tennessee Aquarium building in Chattanooga, TN, USA

    Tennessee Aquarium


    Situated on the Tennessee River in downtown Chattanooga, TN, the Tennessee Aquarium is home to 10,000 animals. The aquarium, Chattanooga’s most visited…

  • Hunter Museum of American Art, Bluff View Arts District, Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States of America, North America

    Hunter Museum of American Art


    Set high on the river bluffs, this striking edifice of melted steel and glass – fronted by an early-20th-century mansion – is easily the most singular…

  • Walnut Street Bridge


    Finished in 1891, this half-mile span carried vehicles from downtown to the North Shore until 1978, when it was closed for safety reasons. In 1993 it was…

  • CHATTANOOGA, TN, USA-9 MAY 2021: Chattanooga's Riverfront, on the Tennessee river. The Tennessee Aquarium sets behind. Ross's Landing & the Passage

    Ross's Landing & the Passage


    Tucked between the Tennessee Aquarium and the Tennessee River, the patch of greenery known as Ross's Landing marks the starting point of the Trail of…

  • Walnut St. Bridge is one of the world's longest pedestrian bridge. It connects downtown Chattanooga to the north shore.

    Tennessee Riverwalk


    A 13-mile, multiuse paved greenway on the south side of the Tennessee River, the Riverwalk runs from downtown through Amnicola Marsh and along South…

  • Coolidge Park


    A good place to start a riverfront stroll, Coolidge Park has a play fountain, a carousel ($1 per ride), well-used playing fields, and a 50ft climbing wall…

  • Sculpture Fields at Montague Park


    Large-scale sculptures from a global array of artists dot this 33-acre outdoor museum. Open since 2016, the park is a pleasant place to stroll on a pretty…

  • Bessie Smith Cultural Center


    Explores various aspects of African American history in Chattanooga and shares a few artifacts related to Chattanooga-born singer Bessie Smith, the…

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