Explore Chattanooga

CHATTANOOGA VISITOR’S CENTER
This is a great place to start your planning your trip.

www.chattanoogafun.com 

ATTRACTIONS:

TENNESSEE AQUARIUM
Rated the best aquarium in America based on customer satisfaction. Don’t miss the penguins and sea otters, or the IMAX theater!

http://www.tnaqua.org

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!

http://atlas.utc.edu/signalmtn/

CHATTANOOGA MARKET
The Chattanooga Market is an open air market held April through December full of local art, food and music. Sundays.

http://chattanoogamarket.com 

NIGHTFALL CONCERT SERIES
You can hear music in Miller Plaza every Friday night from May to September.

http://nightfallchattanooga.com

CHATTANOOGA THEATRE CENTRE
Here you can see many theatrical productions such as RENT and Hairspray

http://www.theatrecentre.com

CUMBERLAND COUNTY PLAYHOUSE
The Cumberland Country Playhouse is a famous nearby playhouse.

http://www.ccplayhouse.com

MUSEUMS:

 THE HUNTER MUSEUM OF ART

The Hunter Museum of American Art has new exhibits frequently, all by American artists.

http://www.huntermuseum.org

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.

http://www.cdmfun.org

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.

http://www.thehoustonmuseum.org

RESTAURANTS:
Susan and Earl supply several local restaurants such as 212 Market with wild mushrooms. These restaurants and the other listed below come highly recommended!

212 MARKET
A contemporary American restaurant whose claim to fame is a laid back, relaxing atmosphere.

www.212market.com

ST. JOHNS
Considered by many to be the nicest restaurant in town, St. John’s is your destination for fine dining.

http://www.stjohnsrestaurant.com

 ALLEIA
Chef Lindley creates masterpieces of rustic Italian cuisine using locally sourced ingredients and boasts seven types of house made pastas.

http://alleiarestaurant.com

BLUEWATER GRILL
Fresh, quality seafood at the restaurant never dissapoints. http://www.bluewaterchattanooga.com