CHATTANOOGA VISITOR’S CENTER
This is a great place to start your planning your trip.
Rated the best aquarium in America based on customer satisfaction. Don’t miss the penguins and sea otters, or the IMAX theater!
HIKING TRAILS ON SIGNAL MOUNTAIN
We are within a short walking distance from some great trails that will take you to beautiful waterfalls, a swinging bridge, Edwards Point (an amazing view and picnic spot), and Rainbow Lake where you’ll find rope swings for the adventurous. Take a look at some of the maps and plan your day!
The Chattanooga Market is an open air market held April through December full of local art, food and music. Sundays.
NIGHTFALL CONCERT SERIES
You can hear music in Miller Plaza every Friday night from May to September.
CHATTANOOGA THEATRE CENTRE
Here you can see many theatrical productions such as RENT and Hairspray
CUMBERLAND COUNTY PLAYHOUSE
The Cumberland Country Playhouse is a famous nearby playhouse.
THE HUNTER MUSEUM OF ART
The Hunter Museum of American Art has new exhibits frequently, all by American artists.
CREATIVE DISCOVERY MUSEUM
The Creative Discovery Museum is full of fun, educational activities for children. The museum is completely hands-on, great for keeping children entertained for hours.
THE HOUSTON MUSEUM OF DECORATIVE ARTS
The Houston Museum contains a collection of antiques. It boasts many pieces of glass, ceramics, and the world’s largest collection of pitchers.
Susan and Earl supply several local restaurants such as 212 Market with wild mushrooms. These restaurants and the other listed below come highly recommended!
Considered by many to be the nicest restaurant in town, St. John’s is your destination for fine dining.
Chef Lindley creates masterpieces of rustic Italian cuisine using locally sourced ingredients and boasts seven types of house made pastas.
Fresh, quality seafood at the restaurant never dissapoints. http://www.bluewaterchattanooga.com