Chattanooga, Tennessee is one of the top travel destinations in the South, tucked between the mountains of Southeast Tennessee along the Tennessee River. Named as one of the New York Times’ “Top 45 Places to go” in the world, Chattanooga offers a refreshing balance of outdoor recreation, world renowned cuisine, live entertainment, and world-class art exhibits and festivals.
Chattanooga offers a revitalized 13-mile paved Riverwalk scattered with parks, restaurants, riverboats, and numerous other attractions, offering several days worth of entertainment, fun, and excitement. When you’re ready to head to downtown Chattanooga, you won’t be disappointed. A long list of hotels, attractions, shopping venues, and restaurants are easy to navigate on Chattanooga’s free electric shuttle, or using the city’s convenient (and fun!) bike share program. Make it a day and travel the six miles from downtown to the top of Lookout Mountain via foot, bike, or the electric shuttle.
For people looking for arts, history, and culture, Chattanooga delivers. The Hunter Museum of American Art offers one of the nation’s largest collections of American art, and the Bluff View Art District, NorthShore, and Southside districts are all home to a number of art galleries and up-and-coming artists. Year-round, visitors and residents will find music, art festivals, and theatre performances. History Buffs will enjoy a number of museums and sites dedicated to Civil War history, locomotive history, and Native American history.
To learn more about this great city, visit chattanoogafun.com.
When you’re in the area, don’t forget to stop by Capital Toyota on Lee Highway and say “hi!” We always look forward to meeting our neighbors and visitors to the area!