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Tennessee, Chattanooga, civil War cannons sit at Lookout Mountain Point Park, dusk
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Friendly and scenic, Chattanooga offers a first-rate aquarium, abundant fine arts, natural wonders and a goodly selection of lodgings and eateries. The name is a Cherokee Indian name for Lookout Mountain, which looms to the south. The town became a transportation hub in the early 19C thanks to steamboat traffic on the Tennessee River. Today you can stroll the Bluff View Art District, replete with galleries and cafes high above the river's bend.

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  • Hunter Museum of American Art Interesting

    10 Bluff View USA - Chattanooga, TN 37403

    This fine collection is housed in a two-part facility—the restored 1904 Hunter mansion and an attached 1975 modern wing. Arrayed above hand-carved fireplace mantels in the mansion are major Hudson River school paintings and examples of American Impre..

  • Tennessee Aquarium Interesting

    1 Broad St. USA - Chattanooga, TN

    Housing more than 12,000 species of fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals on four levels, the aquarium's major exhibits trace the course of the Tennessee River from its origins in the Smoky Mountains to its merger with the Mississippi River a..

  • Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

    4119 Cromwell Rd USA - Chattanooga, TN 37421

    Irving Berlin's 1941 song, "The Chattanooga Choo-Choo," immortalized train travel in the early 20C. Visitors to Chattanooga can relive the experience by riding trains at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.

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