Chattanooga has so many entertainment options it can sometimes be overwhelming. Here's a guide to some of Chattanooga's most famous attractions to help you get the most out of your time in the Scenic City.
Buying and eating local food is one way to honor the workers, growers and entrepreneurs in and around Chattanooga.
Situated within a two-hour drive of four larger cities, Chattanooga is ideally positioned to attract touring musicians to any of dozens of venues throughout the city.
If your idea of hiking is from one store to another, Chattanooga's got you covered. No matter what area you're in, there are several quality options.
Chattanooga's leisure-time calendar is filled year-round with a variety of festivals and fundraisers.
Museums don't always have the reputation of being the most fun places in the world, especially for families.
Enterprise South Nature Park opened to the public for the first time in December 2010, making it Hamilton County's newest park.
While the Chattanooga area has become a mecca for outdoors enthusiasts, it long has been a center for all kinds of recreation, including indoor pursuits such as bowling, boxing, gymnastics and racquetball.