Chattanooga Attractions

This southern city is home to many of the world’s most distinct destinations. While the Tennessee Aquarium is the world’s largest freshwater aquarium, home to 10,000 animals, the Walnut Street Bridge is the world’s longest pedestrian bridge, being completed in 1891. Between that and many more, you are sure to see what makes Chattanooga so special.

Chattanooga ensures that family fun remains a staple in the south. For over 85 years Lake Winnepesaukah has served as Chattanooga’s prized amusement park with its 35 rides, paddleboats, and miniature golf and picnic areas. The Creative Discovery Museum and the Hunter Museum of American Art offer intellectual opportunities for families to experience together.

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The mission of the Chattanooga Zoo is to provide an educational and recreational opportunity for all. The educational mission stresses understanding of and respect for all living things. A strong commitment to conservation for generations to come is implicit in this mission. The Chattanooga Zoo seeks to provide a dignified and aesthetically pleasing environment for the animals.

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Raccoon Mountain Caverns is Tennessee's highest rated cave and is located just outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee. We invite you to tour our vast cave system, pan for gemstones, enjoy the thrill of a go-kart ride, or relax by a camp fire while taking in the spectacular views of both Lookout Mountain and Raccoon Mountain.

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Located on Lookout Mountain at the entrance to historic Point Park, The Battles for Chattanooga Electric Map & Museum is the perfect starting point for your tour of the area’s Civil War battle sites. Our spectacular three-dimensional electronic battle map presentation of Chattanooga’s Civil War history features 5,000 miniature soldiers, 650 lights, sound effects and exceptional details of the major battles which were fought here in November of 1863.

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Bluff View Art District is a historic neighborhood filled with restaurants, a coffee house, art gallery, historic Bed & Breakfast, and plenty of gardens, plazas and courtyards where you can relax and rejuvenate. The neighborhood, which stretches over 1.5 city blocks, sets high atop stone cliffs that plunge into the river below.

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Ruby Falls

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After nearly a century of tours through Lookout Mountain, Ruby Falls is a strong as ever. Developing from a small road-side wonder into one of the ‘must see’ attractions in the Southeast. Through the years, Ruby Falls has become much more than just a cavern. It is an experience for people of all ages, affording them extraordinary views, inspiring sites and shared memories that will last a lifetime.

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Welcome to the pride of the South and one of the best Chattanooga attractions the Southern Belle Riverboat! Take a great Chattanooga cruise along the scenic Tennessee River while enjoying one of our fabulous dinner cruises, daily lunch cruises or daytime sightseeing cruise. This is a vacations experience you wont want to miss!

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The Tennessee Aquarium’s River Journey and Ocean Journey buildings are home to more than 12,000 animals including fish, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, birds penguins, butterflies and more. Dive into the watery world of the Tennessee Aquarium to get eye to eye with freshwater and saltwater fish species from around the world.

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