Chattanooga Area Convention and Visitors Bureau:
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The Tennessee Aquarium
Visit the Tennessee Aquarium on the Chattanooga Riverfront and see why it was rated one of the top aquariums in the country by TripAdvisor. Take a remarkable journey from a cove forest high in the Appalachian mountains to a coral reef in the blue depths of the Gulf of Mexico. Along the way, see thousands of animals and three living forests . . . exploring life above and below the water’s surface. The Tennessee Aquarium is walking distance from The Delta Queen Hotel.
Chattanooga City Zoo
The Chattanooga City Zoo, formerly the Warner Park Zoo, is a great way to spend time with the whole family. This attraction is drawing more attention with locals and tourists alike. The Chattanooga Zoo sits on 6 acres in the middle of Warner Park, only 2 miles from downtown Chattanooga. There, you’ll find animals and information from all over the world, including Latin America, North America, Africa, and Asia.
The Creative Discovery Museum
Creative Discovery Museum is one of the premier hands-on children’s museums in the region. Gather the young and young-at-heart and make plans now to visit the Creative Discovery Museum. Whether it’s for a couple of hours or the whole day, time spent at the Museum is sure to be worthwhile learning for the whole family.
The Hunter Museum of Art
Walk over The Walnut Street Bridge, one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world overlooking the Tennessee River and Coolidge Park and you will find yourself at The Hunter Museum of Art. The Hunter Museum focuses on American art from the Colonial period to the present day. The museum is located in an historical mansion and a sleek contemporary building on the 80 foot bluffs overlooking the Tennessee River.
North Shore Merchants
Coolidge Park Landing is located among Chattanooga attractions in the North Shore community offering trendy shops and eateries along the Tennessee Riverfront.
With its historic buildings, industrial architecture and revitalized community, Chattanooga’s Southside has become a hub for locally owned businesses, energized entrepreneurs and enlivened artists. On the Southside you can experience the excitement of boutique shopping, enjoy an array of cuisine in the oldest and newest downtown restaurants, and explore the arts through public art, working studios, and fine art galleries. So come, take a stroll on the Southside and discover all that it has to offer.