Attractions/Venues | Chattanooga Now



Located over 1120 feet beneath the surface, Ruby Falls is the nation’s largest and deepest waterfall open to the public.
Come see for yourself why visitors like you have rated the Tennessee Aquarium the best aquarium in America for 3 consecutive years!
Sit back, relax and enjoy the scenic views of the mountains and valleys from the observation windows on the train as well as the panoramic views from...
The Hunter Museum focuses on American art from the Colonial period to the present day. The variety of the collection inside is reflected by the architecture of...
Creative Discovery Museum is one of the top children's museums in the country. Located in the heart of downtown Chattanooga, just steps away from...
Rock City Gardens is an enchanted, 4,100-foot walking trail showcasing soaring rock formations, caves and lush gardens.
A 13 acre zoological park with intimate, innovative exhibits, wide-ranging educational offerings and commitment to conservation.
A moving museum, offering an interactive, historical experience and the only regularly scheduled, full-sized train ride in Tennessee.
The premier interdisciplinary cultural center that promotes cultural, educational, and artistic excellence and fosters research and education of African and African American heritage.
Family amusement park in Rossville, Georgia featuring over 35 rides from kiddie rides to roller coasters, and a new water park, SoakYa.
Chattanooga is located in one of the most biologically diverse regions in North America, and the Nature Center offers outdoor programming for all ages.
A resource center and facility dedicated to the recreational use, education and stewardship of the region's natural areas providing information and programming for all ages.
A recovered industrial area now features a 28-acre park including wetlands, native grasses, hiking/biking trails and a covered pavilion.
On the North Shore of the Tennessee River, and next to the pedestrian Walnut Street bridge, offering an interactive water fountain and 100-year-old restored carousel.


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