Chattanooga, United States
Chattanooga is the fourth largest city in Tennessee. Chattanooga is famous for beautiful scenery, arts, culture, amazing restaurants, live event and vibrant nightlife. The weather of Chattanooga is characterized by hot summers and cool winters.
Places to visit-
- Tennessee Riverpark- It offers a number of activities for the visitors.
- Lookout Mountain- Visitors can enjoy the sweeping panoramic view from the Lookout Mountain Tower.
- Tennessee Aquarium-It is a home to creatures like Wallago Catfish, jellyfish and Volkswagen-size catfish.
- Walnut Street Bridge- It is the longest pedestrian bridge in the world.
- Raccoon Mountain Caverns-It offers various activities like panning for gemstones, an exciting ride in a go-kart.
- Creative Discovery Museum- It is the famous place to explore, create and learn through play.
- Coolidge Park- Here Children can enjoy riding on the tigers, horses, and other animals.
- Hunter Museum of American Art- The museum provides a variety of education programs for children and for adults.
- Bluff View Art District- It is famous for galleries, bed and breakfasts, coffee shops, courtyards, gardens and restaurants.
- Ruby Falls - Ruby Falls is a 145 foot high underground waterfall.
- Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center
- Audubon Acres and Maclellan Island- Audubon Acres and Maclellan Island are the oldest wildlife sanctuaries of Chattanooga.
- Gallery 1401- It is a must visit place for the art lovers.
- Southern Belle River Boat Cruise-The river boat has a capacity of 450 passengers.
Where to stay?
- The Read House Hotel Historic Inn and Suites-This hotel is located near theaters and museums. It offers an indoor pool and wireless Internet access.
- Embassy Suites Chattanooga- This smoke-free hotel features a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a fitness center, free cooked-to-order breakfast.
- Clarion Inn Chattanooga W I24-This hotel is situated near Ruby Falls. All 91 rooms offer free Wi-Fi, coffee makers, and TVs with cable channels.