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.
Visit several types of Arctic penguins, catch a 3-D film at the IMAX theater next door or take a ride on the River Gorge Explorer.
1 Broad St.
Enjoy panoramic views of the Scenic City as you take a straight shot from St. Elmo up to the top of Lookout Mountain.
St. Elmo Station (bottom)
3917 St. Elmo Ave.
Lookout Mountain Station (top)
827 East Brow Road
Walk through gardens and impressive rock formations and see if you can spot all seven states visible from the lookout point. While there, enjoy some food and music at the recently renovated Lover's Leap.
1400 Patten Road
Lookout Mountain, Ga.
This 80-year-old attraction is the deepest commercial cave and most-visited underground waterfall. Did we mention it's red?
1720 S. Scenic Highway
Home to many warm-weather concerts and events, Coolidge Park has a 100-year-old restored carousel, an interactive fountain and lots of grassy open space. Dogs are not allowed.
150 River St.
Walnut Street Bridge
One of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world, the Walnut Street Bridge, which connects Chattanooga's North Shore to downtown, recently underwent a face-lift and now is open to dogs as well as people.
Hunter Museum of American Art
One of the main features in the Bluff View Art District, the museum's collection includes works from the Colonial period through the modern day, including Mary Cassatt and Robert Henri. Free admission the first Sunday of every month.
10 Bluff View
Bessie Smith Cultural Center
This museum showcases African-American history from around the world and within Chattanooga.
200 E. M.L. King Blvd.
AT&T Field -- Home of the Chattanooga Lookouts
Grab a hot dog and a foam finger and cheer on the Lookouts, Chattanooga's AA minor-league Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate.
201 Power Alley
Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel
One of the city's best-known attractions has been converted into a historic hotel, restaurants and gardens.
1400 Market St.
Stop by the market any Sunday (and some Saturdays, too) between May and December and pick up locally grown organic produce, handmade arts and crafts and an afternoon snack.
First Tennessee Pavilion
1826 Reggie White Blvd.
Get up close and personal with all manner of exotic animals including snow leopards, spider monkeys and red pandas.
301 N. Holtzclaw Ave.
Chattanooga Theatre Centre
Whether you're into drama, comedy, musicals or dance, the Chattanooga Theatre Centre has a show for you. Some recent productions include "The Importance of Being Earnest," "Emperor's New Clothes" and "Dark of the Moon."
400 River St.
Creative Discovery Museum
Just a few blocks from the Tennessee Aquarium, the Creative Discovery Museum is hailed as the area's premiere hands-on museum for the young and the young at heart. Families can dig for dinosaur bones, play instruments or just play on the museum's rooftop playground.
321 Chestnut St.
Delta Queen Hotel
The last fully operational, overnight wooden passenger steamboat in the country, the Delta Queen now is permanently moored in the Tennessee River near Coolidge Park and serves as a hotel.
100 River St.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park
With 45 miles of hiking and horse trails and a seven-mile self-guided car tour, visiting the historic park is worth the 15-minute drive from downtown for nature and Civil War fans alike.
3370 LaFayette Road
Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.