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Things to do in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Walking Tours
No matter what sort of sights you are looking to see, there is a walking adventure to fit your desires. With the Chattanooga Walking Tours, you can choose from three different tours that are each 90-minutes in length. They can fit into any Chattanooga vacation! The Downtown Tour takes you downtown to see the Tennessee River Walk, Ross's Landing, the Tennessee Aquarium, the Historic Read House Hotel, Tivoli Theatre, and many more. The Art Lovers' Paradise tour shows you the unique culture and art scene of the city. See the Bluff View Sculpture Garden, Walnut Street Bridge, Coolidge Park, Rennaissance Park, and the Tennessee River. The Southside takes you to the Chattanooga Choo Choo and landmarks that help you learn about the blues music scene. Walking tours are a great way to connect with the city! 

Since the city has such a rich history, it is no surprise that there are several awesome museums to check out. The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum has a great display of vintage trains. Learn the history of moving time machine, view the beautifully restored trains, and take home a piece of history. At the Creative Discovery Museum, let your children be inspired by the world of art around them. If you are wanting to view unique American art, head to the Hunter Museum of American Art! This museum showcases a hundred years of architecture and art. Each location is just a short drive or walk from most of the major hotels. 

Haunted Activities 
Interested in the paranormal and ghost tours? Try the Cemetery Ghost Hunt in Chattanooga. You'll be provided with high-tech equipment and a knowledgeable guide to increase your chances of seeing something spooky! This walking tour is approximately 90 minutes and is one of the spookiest things that the city has to offer. You will see the University of Chattanooga's old campus where many notable things have happened within the halls. You'll travel into the city's oldest cemetery, Citizens Cemetery, and learn the history of it and its residents. You will also see two other places on the campus. Be sure to bring your walking shoes for this one. If you love history and scary stories, this is the perfect tour for you. Not only do you get to hear the stories, but you also walk to where they are centered around. 

Explore the Outdoors 
Within minutes of downtown, you have so many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Take a stroll along the famous Riverwalk, paddleboard on the Tennessee River, hike on Signal Mountain, or visit a waterfall at Lula Lake. No matter what kind of adventure you are looking for, you will find it in Chattanooga. You have endless possibilities when it comes to hiking, kayaking, biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, or simply walking along a scenic route. 

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