Image courtesy of The Chattanoogan Hotel.
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. And what’s more, Chattanooga is one of the most affordable vacation destinations in the country—so you can do it all. Plan your trip today, and come make memories at Chattanooga attractions that’ll last a lifetime.
Learn more about area attractions by visiting the Chattanooga Visitor Bureau's website.
Check out the diverse Chattanooga restaurants and local watering holes that will tempt you with delectable delights of every food origin - from BBQ to Mexican street food to an old-fashioned hamburger to fried chicken to many more. Satisfy your appetite in fine dining, casual dining or kid-friendly Chattanooga restaurants. In the evening, there are a variety of venues that provide entertainment and live music. No matter what you’re looking for, we can help you find where to eat in Chattanooga. The Chattanooga Visitor Bureau's website has an extensive guide containing a variety of different restaurants in and around downtown.
The Chattanoogan Hotel also has an extensive list of restaurants for breakfast, lunch, and dinner located near the conference hotel.
Getting Around Chattanooga
Chattanooga is centrally located in the Southeast at the intersections of I-75, I-24 and I-59. Our river-city is within three hours of more than ten million people living in Atlanta, Nashville, Knoxville, Birmingham and Huntsville. Chattanooga’s Airport, CHA, is just ten miles from Downtown and offers direct or 1-stop flights to most destinations.
Chattanooga has an incredibly walkable Downtown and offers many free and unique ways to get around the city. The free electric shuttle covers all of Downtown and connects to the Northshore. Chattanooga also boasts one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world connecting the North and South shores as well as a thirteen mile riverwalk. The first citywide bike share system in the South lives in Chattanooga with 300 bikes at 30 locations throughout the city. So ditch the car and ride the shuttle, walk or easily rent a bike for the day as you enjoy Chattanooga.
Visit the Chattanooga Visitor Bureau's website for maps of downtown and shuttle information.