Chattanooga Travel Guide
Welcome to Chattanooga!
Located in East Tennessee, the city of Chattanooga lies on the banks of the Tennessee River, making it an ideal place to enjoy boating, fishing and other water sport activities. Those wishing to see a jaw-dropping attraction flock to Ruby Falls, located inside Lookout Mountain. This underground waterfall splashes down from a height of 145 ft (44 m) and is surrounded by ancient geological formations. One of the most popular attractions in Chattanooga is named after a famous train and song—the Chattanooga Choo Choo. Featuring a restored railroad terminal and an original car and engine, visitors can board the famed train and ride through the city. Families enjoy exploring the Tennessee Aquarium, which is located in a 60 ft (18 m) canyon and features over 9,000 swimming, flying and crawling animals. Every June Chattanooga is abuzz during the Riverbend Festival, an event that showcases sporting competitions, children's activities, musical performances and fireworks.
Established in 1880, the Chattanooga Choo Choo connects the North and South part of town.
Hotels & Motels
This upscale hotel and conference center offers a luxurious urban retreat with a variety of on-site dining options, a full-service spa and beautifully decorated contemporary guest rooms and suites.
Discover the sights and sounds of Chattanooga on a 90-minute narrated sightseeing trip, provided by Southern Belle.