Chattanooga, Tennessee, is located along the Tennessee River, bordering the state of Georgia. Originally settled by the Cherokee Nation, then incorporated as a town in 1839, Chattanooga has a storied history and has long been a hub for trade and commerce, set in a location well-suited for river traffic. It has a vibrant downtown area, and there’s a plethora of entertainment, dining, architectural and cultural sights to visit, including a world-class aquarium and waterfront, plenty of art galleries, and fine dining restaurants. A conveniently located range of hotels and homestays, from luxurious 5-stars to quaint boutique hotels and inns, make for a variety of stay options. Chattanooga has also been famous for its outdoor attractions. Home to some of the top venues for rock climbing, road and mountain biking, hiking, rafting, and more, the Tennessee River Gorge area and other Chattanooga outdoor spots offer something for every adventure enthusiast!
Raccoon Mountain Caverns
Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
Chattanooga Choo Choo
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