Chattanooga offers many things that you can not miss, from special events, art and culture, independent restaurants and shopping or simply stay active in the multiple parks, lakes and rivers


Country Life
Chattanooga was named "The Best Village of Forever" twice by Outside magazine, a magazine aimed at lovers of country life because of its opportunities to climb mountains, explore caves and even snorkeling.


For Climbers
For climbers, Walls of Jericho near Hytop in Jackson County, Ala., Has a 6-mile round-trip trail that includes a descent of almost 1,000 feet into the valley, with a 35-foot waterfall. Reader's Digest named the route one of the best 20 tours in the nation.


There are other noteworthy trails such as Jack's River Trail in Cohutta, northwest Georgia, excellent for beginners. The region also offers the Eureka trail near Athens, Tenn., And the Mountain Goat trail near Sewanee, Tenn., Which includes routes for cyclists.


For those who like adventure and live an active lifestyle, Chattanooga has many options, including the Ocoee and Hiawasee rivers. And for something very different, the water in the Hiwassee and Conasauga rivers is so clear that it has become a popular place for snorkeling


Art and culture
You do not have to search hard to find options near you both within the city and surrounding areas. Several districts of art have evolved in recent years, each with a different character.
Bluff View has a European touch with options of shops, restaurants and galleries.
The NorthShore area has artistic performers in the streets and an eclectic atmosphere. Frazier Avenue at NorthShore has become one of the premier business locations with local owners.
Southside continues to grow as the live musician district and is also home to Montague Park with 33-acre sculpture fields.
Warehouse Row offers a mix of boutique shops and restaurants in an 18th-century brick structure



Hamilton Place
If you are looking to make all your purchases in a single area, Hamilton Place offers several department stores, more than 200 specialty stores, restaurants and small shopping centers around. Among them: Gunbarrel Pointe, Hamilton Corner, Hamilton Crossing, The Shoppes at Hamilton Place and The Terrace.
Northgate Mall
Also offering a variety of stores, Northgate includes department stores and more than 100 specialty stores. Located in the Hixson, TN area.
Southside is home to several unique stores and is a popular place for small businesses. If you are looking for antiques and unique items, this is the area for you.


Located near the Tennessee River, it is considered the most eclectic area of the city and is full of varied shops. It is known for its clothing and accessories boutiques.


AT & T Field is the baseball field located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is home to the minor league of baseball, the Chattanooga Lookouts a league of the south of double-A. Also known among the Latino community as Las Montañas. During the spring and part of summer it is a perfect place to take the family to enjoy a game of baseball. To see the game calendar, buy tickets or more information, visit:

Chattanooga Football Club:
Chattanooga FC is a local soccer team. Founded in 2009, the team plays in the Southeast Division of the National Premier Soccer League.
The Finley Stadium is the home of the CFC. A full schedule of games, summer camp, ticket sales and more information can be found at:

Creative Discovery Museum
The Creative Discovery Museum is one of the best museums for children in the nation. Located in the heart of downtown, just steps away from the aquarium, the Tennessee Riverfront and other kid-friendly attractions. It has several floors with various interactive activities. You can also reserve space to hold a children's party.

  • 321 Chestnut St.

  • Chattanooga, TN 37402

  • 423-756-2738


  • Open from Sunday to Saturday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tennessee Aquarium
The aquarium is located in the downtown area of ​​the city on the side of the Tennessee River. Enjoy an extraordinary experience from the mountains to the oceans by exploring up and down the surface in the two buildings of the aquarium. Packages with discount tickets including the IMAX 3D theater of the aquarium make your trip easier and cheaper.

  • 1 Broad St.

  • Chattanooga, TN 37402

  • 800-262-0695


  • Open from Sunday to Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Chattanooga Zoo
The Chattanooga Zoo is cozy and ideal to enjoy a day with the family. They have activities throughout the year and offer memberships. You can also reserve the room for children's parties.

  • 301 North Holtzclaw Ave.

  • Chattanooga, TN 37404

  • 423-697-1322


  • Open from Sunday to Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Hunter Museum of American Art
The Hunter Art Museum offers wonderful architecture, an impressive permanent collection and emotional temporary exhibits.
The Hunter Museum focuses on American art the Colonial period to the present day. The Museum is in a mansion of the twentieth century, a modern building of the 70's, with a contemporary structure of metal and glass. It has a spectacular view.

The Visual Arts Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting the visual arts and the community, personally and through experiences. AVA has two gallery spaces on Frazier Ave. Exhibits are temporary and change throughout the year.

Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
The rail museum in Tennessee Valley has been described as a moving museum, offering a historical interactive experience that would add an additional dimension to your visit. Here you will find the only full-time train ride in full-size in Tennessee

Songbirds is the premier destination for live music in Chattanooga, in addition to a museum of guitars, they also specialize in arranging concerts and private events of all kinds.

  • 35 Station St. (inside the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo)

  • Chattanooga, TN 37408

  • 423-531-2473


Rock City
Rock City is one of the best attractions in the Tennessee and Georgia area. Rock City will surprise you. Located at the top of Lookout Mountain, just 6 miles from the city center, Rock City is a true wonder of nature, with ancient rock formations, gardens with more than 400 species of native plants, the panoramic view of " 7 states "that will take your breath away.

Ruby Falls
In 1928, Leo Lambert and a team of excavators found impressive waterfalls located 1,120 below the surface of Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, TN. Lambert named her as his wife Ruby and opened the area as a public attraction in 1930. Today Ruby Falls welcomes thousands of visitors each year and is the highest and deepest waterfall open to the public in the United States.