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Best things to do in Chattanooga

Kunstgalerie
“If you are an art lover, check this place out! It's centrally located near the walnut walking bridge and makes a great detour on a hot day!”
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“Excellent place for families to visit downtown Chattanooga is about 45 minutes southeast of the tiny house in Monteagle ”
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Museum
“From toddler to pre-teen, the Creative Discovery Museum offers tons of fun. So much "hands on" exploration. Even the adults find themselves learning something new. ”
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Museum
“Cure your "Monday Blues" at @ Songbirds South. We have all you need, just bring your talent for an open jam Blues Night! Hosted by Rick Rushing of Rick Rushing & the Blues Strangers, this will be your new weekly MUST-DO, #Chattanooga! Each week we will have drink specials from Chattanooga Whiskey, along with $3 12 oz. Pabst Blue Ribbon and $3 12 oz. Bud Light. Not to mention, delicious BBQ offerings. Sign-Ups for open mic are at 6:30 PM. ”
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Tourist Information Center
“Departs from Etowah, TN Missionary Ridge Summerville Steam Special Day out with Thomas Hiwassee Loop Copperhill Special Autumn Leaf Special Select dates, including most weekends, March 24 through November 24”
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Aquarium
“Get your tickets here and walk to the Aquarium next door to start your tour! ”
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Museum
“ Three miles from Cravens House to Sunset Rock, which is a great view of the sunset. It's an old Civil War house with an awesome view of Chattanooga and it's also a starting point for several trails. ”
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Museum
“"The Bessie," named for "The Empress of the Blues," preserves and celebrates African American History and Culture in Chattanooga through art, education, research and entertainment. For more info, bessiesmithcc.org.”
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Museum
“This museum is FREE and the perfect starting point before touring the areas Civil War sites. Visit here first. The battles for Chattanooga changed the outcome of the Civil War. It was the beginning of the end for the South. Spectacular features: Two cannons out front that make a wonderful photo opportunity for tourists. There's also a 30 minute video to watch $8. ”
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Museum
“This is a Special Place for American Civil War Buffs. Great Overlook View of Moccasin Bend and the Winding Tennessee River. ”
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Museum
“It all started more than 20 years ago when a group of dedicated towing professionals, the Friends of Towing, decided to recognize outstanding individuals in the towing and recovery industry worldwide, record the industry’s history, collect and display artifacts and memorabilia in a museum setting, and provide information about the industry to the public.”
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Kunstmuseum
“It’s a glass collection that was started over one hundred years ago by an eccentric woman in Chattanooga. They have a collection of blown glass for sale in the gallery. In the Bluff View Art District near Hunter Museum, Rembrandt’s Coffee House, and River gallery. ”
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Museum
“Wayne White was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Originally White built his reputation as a world-class illustrator, animator, puppeteer, cartoonist and art director in New York and Los Angeles. He is most well-known as the Emmy-award-winning set and puppet designer of the seminal and influential 1980s children’s TV show “Pee-wee’s Playhouse.” In the last 16 years, White’s reputation in the art world has been firmly established with his masterfully created word paintings and for his rollicking, site-specific installations. ”
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Library
“4 stories, each dedicated to a different purpose: Children, General, History, and Technology. Be sure to check out the 4th floor where they have interactive 3D printers! http://chattlibrary.org/”
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