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Things to do in Chattanooga

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Chattanooga is one of the cities in the state of Tennessee. The current population of this city is approximately 177,000. Yes, it’s small but beautiful! The city is served by interstate highways and multiple railroads. Basically, if you’re planning a vacation in the United States during the upcoming festive season, Chattanooga is the perfect small town destination. There’s lots to do and fun things to experience. For families, a trip here is fabulous and is sure to be memorable. Here are some things that will leave a smile on your face.

Things To Do in Chattanooga


#1: Visiting the Tennessee Aquarium

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One of the factors that make the Tennessee aquarium popular – not only in the U.S. – but the world is because of its size. The aquarium is among the largest freshwater aquariums in the world.

The aquarium has a unique show called the Butterfly Release, where visitors help release new species of butterfly into the facility’s Butterfly Garden.

There are many animals at the aquarium and the fun atmosphere makes it a great spot for families.

The aquarium is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and the entrance fee for adults is pretty reasonable, $30 for adults and $20 for children.

#2: The Bluff View Art District

Strolling through the charming Bluff View Art District is another option to consider when planning to visit the city.

Bluff View is close to downtown Chattanooga and Tennessee River. This district has a bunch of art institutions, including the Hunter Museum of American Art, The River Gallery and the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts.

#3: Rock City Gardens

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Rock City is another fabulous place that will definitely help you fall in love with Chattanooga. The natural attractions are not only beautiful but also fun to explore. The waterfall as well as the amazing view points that give visitors the opportunity of clearly viewing the surrounding nature is what makes people always want to spend time with their friends and family members at Rock City.

#4: Ruby Falls

Ruby Falls, which is considered the deepest commercial cave in the U.S., is located 1, 120 feet below the surface of the mountain. You’ll have an opportunity of learning about different rock formations if you will visit this attraction site. The falls boasts also a zip-lining adventure, a

The falls has a zip-lining adventure, a playground, and a lookout tower, which makes the place an exciting spot to visit.

#5: Lookout Mountain Incline Railway

The railway transports people up the mountain’s steepest part on a nearly 70 percent grade track. It’s considered one of the steepest railways in the world. The railway will give you an opportunity of exploring the historic district of St. Elmo’s.

Plan a visit to this gorgeous city to experience what it offers. Looking for more? Try Knoxville for city thrills and great views.

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