Known as the Scenic City because of its surrounding mountains, ridges, and valleys, Chattanooga has something to offer everyone. Whether you’re a fan of MoonPies and Coca-Cola, a history buff, a lover of the great outdoors, or someone who likes trying local restaurants and bars, you can find it here.
Take time away from the conference by experiencing all that Chattanooga has to offer, including these nearby attractions:
Ruby Falls is the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public in the United States. A guided cave tour is sure to add to your Instagram photo collection.
Board the steepest incline railroad in the United States. Surrounded by the historic St. Elmo neighborhood, it is a great place to spend the evening; you’ll want to be sure to take a walk for some Clumpie’s ice cream after the journey.
The world-famous Rock City has a panoramic view of seven states and sports beautiful gardens and a swinging bridge. There is even a Starbucks right across the street for a relaxing coffee when you have completed your tour.
The Tennessee Aquarium is located just minutes from the Marriot Convention Center and can be accessed by the free trolly that will drop you right at the main doors. The aquarium is right on the waterfront, so it is a great place to spend a relaxing evening after a long day at the conference.
Hunter Art Museum
The Hunter Art Museum is close to the famous Chattanooga walking bridge and the Lookouts Baseball Stadium. It boasts a permanent art collection as well as special collections throughout the year and is a must-see attraction while visiting the Chattanooga area.