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The Tennessee Aquarium takes visitors on a remarkable journey from the mountains to the sea. With amazing animals that swim, fly and crawl in natural habitats.
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Ever seen a catfish the size of small car? ....a snapping turtle bigger than a wheelbarrow? In Chattanooga this is a great place to take kids and adults with kid-sized hearts..
Located on Chattanooga’s beautiful downtown riverfront, River Journey sets the stage for a fascinating adventure tracing the path of freshwater from the mountains to the sea. Did you know 25% of North America’s freshwater species live in our region? You’ll meet feisty otters, colorful trout,…
One of the best aquariums in the country. There is a lot of walking involved in seeing both the river and the ocean side, however, it's great for kids and adults.
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“The Hunter has a wonderful collection of art, and they always have interesting new temporary exhibits. Located in the beautiful Bluff View Art District, the art museum is easy to get to by crossing over the pedestrian bridge from north Chatt, and then crossing over a small see-through bridge to the museum itself. There are beautiful views from the bluff! And one of my favorite coffee shops, Rembrandt’s, is right next door to the museum and has a really nice, large patio with a European vibe. ”
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“If you are visiting, you will see signs all over. The little red bird houses that say "see rock city" are from here! It's a popular spot and amazing at Christmas!”
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“A must visit. Walk the bridge and walk around the park! So close to the airbnb. ”
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“It's won the best architecture in Chattanooga. A cool bar with great drinks and their Asian inspired food has never disappointed. ”
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“Point Park is a ten acre memorial park that overlooks the Lookout Mountain Battlefield and the city of Chattanooga. There is a paved walking path around the park that takes visitors by several historic tablets, monuments. Confederate artillery positions, and scenic overlook. The largest monuments in Point Park is the New York Peace Memorial, which was erected by the state of New York as a tribute to peace and reconciliation between Union and Confederate veterans after the war. Inside Point Park, at the point of the mountain, is the Ochs Memorial Observatory. Inside are exhibits on Civil War signaling, photography, and Moccasin Bend, which is visible below the point. Admission to Point Park is $7 per adult aged 16 and over. Just outside of the park is a visitor center with exhibits on the Civil War campaign for Chattanooga, including a large painting “The Battle Above the Clouds.””
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