Where do we start? Chattanooga attractions are world-class with breathtaking views surrounding you everywhere you turn. Whether you want to take in a play or concert, visit an amazing museum, be a part of the nightlife, enjoy the outdoors or experience a piece of history, it’s all here to enjoy on your own schedule . . .
Tennessee Valley Railroad
Take a trip back in time, to a slower-paced era when railroad travel was a way of life. Relive the romance of the rails when vintage trains provided an escape from the everyday routine. The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum provides an interactive, historical experience.
Discover a World of Wonder! Ruby Falls, a thundering 145-foot waterfall, is located deep within Lookout Mountain and has been thrilling visitors for over 80 years. Entertaining hosts take you into the cavern by elevator and lead you along a paved . . .
Raccoon Mountain Caverns & Campground
Raccoon Mountain Caverns is Chattanooga's No 1 cave less than ten minutes from downtown Chattanooga. Visitors can choose from either a 45-minute guided walking tour (Crystal Palace Tour) or one of our famous Wild Cave Expeditions . . .
Chattanooga Duck Boat Tour
See Chattanooga from the land and Tennessee River with this fun narrated tour aboard an authentic WWII Duck Boat!
Lookout Mountain Incline Railway
A ride unlike any other! The thrill of riding 'America's Most Amazing Mile' has delighted guests for more than a century. As the Incline climbs historic Lookout Mountain . . .
Rock City is a true marvel of nature featuring massive ancient rock formations, gardens with over 400 native plant species, and breathtaking "See 7 States" panoramic views.
International Towing and Recovery Museum, Inc.
Come take a walk through history and learn how the towing and recovery industry started right here in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1916. See 18 antique tow trucks and two Model T automobiles on display as well as hundreds of collectible toy tow trucks . . .
Welcome to a more welcoming Zoo! Imagine a Zoo that's specifically designed to bring the animals up close to you. Imagine a zoo where you have time to notice the subtleties of animal behavior, instead of being pushed along by an impatient crowd . . .