Visiting Chattanooga

Chattanooga Attractions and Sightseeing in Tennessee

Praised by The New York Times as the “undiscovered gem of Tennessee” and lauded by Southern Living as a great little city that gets better and better, the charming southern city of Chattanooga has many things to offer all visitors.  For more information or help from our concierge team, all us at 423-424-3745 or click here to email us.

The view of two magnificent bridges, the Market Street Bridge, officially referred to as the John Ross Bridge (a drawbridge), and the pedestrian Walnut Street Bridge, both connecting downtown Chattanooga and the Northshore District.

Area Activities and Things To Do in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Chattanooga is ranked 8th out of America’s 100 largest metro areas for the best "Bang For Your Buck" according to Forbes magazine.  The city is booming with attractions, museums, restaurants, shopping, and outdoor activities.  Come visit Chattanooga today and see what everyone is talking about!   

Another of Chattanooga's top sights is the delightful Coolidge Park and beautifully restored 100-year old Carousel. The popular destination for concerts, movies-in-the-park, festivals, and special events is also home to an interactive play fountain, the Outdoor Chattanooga Center, and lots of open green space.

The Chattanoogan hotel is in the heart of the city’s downtown, and is within walking distance of Chattanooga’s museums, galleries, retail stores, restaurants, and the Tennessee Aquarium. 

Visitors love exploring the different areas, such as the charming Bluff View Art District, with its breathtaking views, art galleries, restaurants and shops; the eclectic North Shore neighborhood, beautifully situated on the Tennessee River, with unique retail establishments and great dining options; and the city's Southside, where The Chattanoogan is located, and home to historic buildings, boutique shopping, art studios and galleries, and fabulous restaurants.