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Whether you’re in search of breathtaking mountain vistas, adrenaline-inducing outdoor adventures, family-friendly attractions, or some of the South’s finest cuisine, look no further than the Scenic City.

There’s a reason Chattanooga, Tennessee, is one of the most sought-after getaways in the Southeast. The city truly has it all: natural beauty, historic sites, a buzz-worthy arts scene, and world-class shopping. It’s the perfect place to try your hand at hang gliding, eat at a James Beard-recognized restaurant, tour the nation’s oldest Civil War battlefield, and ride a vintage train through the Tennessee Valley – all on the same trip.

One of the Scenic City’s biggest draws is its top-rated attractions. Lookout Mountain is home to three Chattanooga icons: Rock City Gardens, Ruby Falls, and the Incline Railway. Downtown, visitors can check out the Tennessee Aquarium, Creative Discovery Museum, and High Point Climbing & Fitness; the Chattanooga Choo Choo and the Chattanooga Zoo are also close by.

Chattanooga additionally plays host to a number of performances, competitions, and festivals each year that bring in visitors from all over the country. Athletes can sign up for one of two IRONMAN races or Head of the Hooch, while music lovers flock to Moon River Music Festival, 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival, and Riverbend Festival – just to name a few.

Outdoor fun is never hard to come by in the Scenic City, which offers miles of hiking and biking trails as well as world-class rock climbing. Visitors can stroll on the Riverwalk, go for a trail run at Stringers Ridge, paddleboard the Tennessee River, or hike to a waterfall at Lula Lake Land Trust. After working up an appetite, both fine and informal dining options await, many of which put an emphasis on serving high-quality, locally sourced ingredients.

When overnighting in Chattanooga, visitors have their choice of lodging – from historic hotels and luxury boutique properties to hostels, bed & breakfasts, cabins, and more. There’s an accommodation available for every type of traveler and budget.

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Visit Chattanooga

Whether you’re in search of breathtaking mountain vistas, adrenaline-inducing outdoor adventures, family-friendly attractions, or some of the South’s finest cuisine, look no further than the Scenic City.

There’s a reason Chattanooga, Tennessee, is one of the most sought-after getaways in the Southeast. The city truly has it all: natural beauty, historic sites, a buzz-worthy arts scene, and world-class shopping. It’s the perfect place to try your hand at hang gliding, eat at a James Beard-recognized restaurant, tour the nation’s oldest Civil War battlefield, and ride a vintage train through the Tennessee Valley – all on the same trip.

One of the Scenic City’s biggest draws is its top-rated attractions. Lookout Mountain is home to three Chattanooga icons: Rock City Gardens, Ruby Falls, and the Incline Railway. Downtown, visitors can check out the Tennessee Aquarium, Creative Discovery Museum, and High Point Climbing & Fitness; the Chattanooga Choo Choo and the Chattanooga Zoo are also close by.

Chattanooga additionally plays host to a number of performances, competitions, and festivals each year that bring in visitors from all over the country. Athletes can sign up for one of two IRONMAN races or Head of the Hooch, while music lovers flock to Moon River Music Festival, 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival, and Riverbend Festival – just to name a few.

Outdoor fun is never hard to come by in the Scenic City, which offers miles of hiking and biking trails as well as world-class rock climbing. Visitors can stroll on the Riverwalk, go for a trail run at Stringers Ridge, paddleboard the Tennessee River, or hike to a waterfall at Lula Lake Land Trust. After working up an appetite, both fine and informal dining options await, many of which put an emphasis on serving high-quality, locally sourced ingredients.

When overnighting in Chattanooga, visitors have their choice of lodging – from historic hotels and luxury boutique properties to hostels, bed & breakfasts, cabins, and more. There’s an accommodation available for every type of traveler and budget.

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