Top 10 Places to Visit in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Published by Anil Patil

1. Coolidge Park

Coolidge is a beautiful park located along the Tennessee River.

2. Walnut Street Bridge

America's oldest and longest iron bridge is built in 1890. This bridge connects Chattanooga city over the Tennessee River.

3. Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

America's oldest and longest iron bridge is built in 1890. This bridge connects Chattanooga city over the Tennessee River.

4. Rock City Gardens

Rock City Gardens is a beautiful place where you can enjoy views of mountains, rocks and flowers. It is located between Tennessee and Georgia.

5. Tennessee Riverpark

Rock City Gardens is a beautiful place where you can enjoy views of mountains, rocks and flowers. It is located between Tennessee and Georgia.

6. Ruby Falls

A beautiful underground waterfall located inside Lookout Mountain.

7. Creative Discovery Museum

This museum is a very good place for children where they can see exhibitions like science, arts and technology.

8. Chattanooga National Cemetery

A beautiful and peaceful place to learn about the history of the Civil War.

9. Chattanooga Zoo

At this zoo, you can see a variety of animals that children love to watch.

10. Raccoon Mountain Caverns

It is a beautiful cave which is always open for tourism. Tourists can see amazing cave formations at this place.

11. Ross's Landing Park

12. Aquarium Plaza

13. Hunter Museum of American Art