Saturday, July 27, 2013

101 Things to Do in Chattanooga

1. Visit the Tennessee Aquarium with over 10,000 animals

2. Creative Discovery Center

3. Ross's Landing Park
4. Rock City features a 90 foot waterfall, a 4100 ft walking trail, a suspension bridge and a view of seven states.
5. Chattanooga Zoo at Warner Park
6. Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
7. Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park
8. McKenzie Arena
9. Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
10. Watch a Chattanooga Lookouts baseball game at Bellsouth Park
11. Harrison Bay State Park
12. Missionary Ridge
13. Go indoor rock climbing at TBA Gym, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga or Urban Rocks Gym.
14. Hunter Museum of American Art
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15. Chickamauga Street Bridge
16. Booker T. Washington State Park
17. View the stars from the Clarence T. Jones Observatory
18. International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum
19. Chattanooga History Center
20. Listen to a performance by the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera at the Tivoli Theatre
21. Sir Goony's Family Fun Center
22. Coolidge Park
23. National Medal of Honor Museum
24. Raccoon Mountain Cavern
25. Bluff View Art District
26. AT & T Field
27. River Gallery Sculpture Garden
28. The Houston Museum
29. River Gallery
30. Chattanooga Nature Center, Reflection Riding
31. Market Street Bridge
32. Lookout Mountain 
View from Lookout Mountain
33. Chattanooga Choo Choo
34. The Chattanooga African American Museum
35. Vaudeville Café Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
36. Reflection Riding Arboretum and Botanical Garden
37. Pops on the River & Fireworks - enjoy a performance by the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera Orchestra followed by a fireworks display at Coolidge Park.
38. Go golfing at Eagle Bluff Golf Course, Moccasin Bend Public Golf Club, Hickory Valley Golf Course, Brown Acres Golf Course or Eastgate Golf Center
39. Barking Legs Theatre
40. Pump It Up
41. Chattanooga Convention Center
42. Cravens House
43. National Memorial for the Unborn
44. Battles for Chattanooga Electric Map and Museum
45. Miller Plaza
46. Bessie Smith Hall
47. The Houston Museum of Decorative Arts
48. North Chickamauga Creek
49. Audubon Acres and MacIellan Island
50. Historic Dent House
51. Go bowling at Pin Strikes
52. Orchard Knob
53. Siskin Museum of Religious Artifacts
54. Scenic City MiniGolf
55. Challenger Space Center and Computer Museum
56. Walnut Street Bridge 
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57. Playworld Down Under
58. Insane Paintball
59. Hart Gallery Tennessee
60. Iron Labs, LLC
61. Attend the Riverbend Festival, a nine day festival held downtown every June
62. Visit the Chattanooga Market, an arts, crafts and farmer's market
63. Halloween Events: Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern, Blowing Spring`s Farm`s Enchanted Maze, Doc Shock Movie Night at Ruby Falls, Thrills, Gills & Chills at the Tennessee Aquarium, Boo in the Zoo, Lake Winnepesaukay’s WinnepeSPOOKah with haunted rides, free magic shows , entertainment and interactive parades or Blowing Screams Farm’s Forest of Fear and GhostRide
64. Renaissance Park
65. Tennessee River Walk
66. Miller Park
67. Heritage Park
68. Chattanooga National Cemetery
69. Ride the carousel or play in the fountain at Coolidge Park
70. Climb the Climbing Wall at the Walnut Street Bridge
71. Ride on the Southern Belle Riverboat
72. Don't miss Ruby Falls a 145 ft waterfall located inside of inside Lookout Mountain
73. Go shopping at Hamilton Place Mall or Northgate Mall
74. Go hang gliding - Lookout Mountain Flight Park
75. Take a tour of the city with Chattanooga Ghost Tours Inc. or take a tour of the Tennessee River with Chattanooga Ducks.
76. Take a guided outdoor rock climbing outing at Lookout Mountain with Rocky Top Guides
77. Go tandem sky diving with Chattanooga Skydiving Company
78. Audubon Acres
79. River Gorge Explorer
80. The Comedy Catch
81. Go shopping at Warehouse Row
82. Bessie Smith Cultural Center
83. Watch a movie at Majestic 12 Cinema
84. Ruby Falls ZIPstream Aerial Adventure Ziplines
85. Incline Railway
86. Christmas Events: Have Dinner with Santa or see the Enchanted Garden of Lights at Rock City, take a cruise on the Southern Belle, see the Grinch and decorate cookies with Breakfast with Santa, see the holiday lights at the Chattanooga Zoo or watch the Chattanooga Starlight Parade
87. Dragon Dreams Museum
88. Attend Chattacon - an annual sci fi convention held in January
89. Take a cooking class at Dish T`Pass or at Mia Cucina
90. Look for hidden treasures at the East Ridge Flea Market
91. Go mountain biking at Two Track, Single Track, Cloudland Canyon Connector Trail, Booker T. Washington State Park, Edward`s Point, Harrison Bay, Racoon Mountain or Lookout Mountain
92. Take a tour of the VW manufacturing plant at 9 or 1:30 Tuesday to Friday, e-mail to reserve a spot

93. Cool off at Warner Park Outdoor Pool and Spray Park or the outdoor pool at Carver Recreational Center. Or go indoor swimming at Brainerd Recreational Center or the South Chattanooga Recreation Complex
94. Go kayaking or rafting on the class 3 and 4 white water rapids at the Ocoee River

95. Watch a film during the Lookout Wild Film Festival in March or the Broad Street Film Festival where films are screened at the Carmike Majestic 12 - held in April

96. Practise your swing at Burke`s Baseball & Softball Training

97. Take a painting class at Spirited Art or take a class at Art Creations in Hamilton Place or North Shore.

98. Chattown Skate Park

99. Check out a book or dvd from the Chattanooga Public library, or check out their upcoming events

100. Dulcimer Festival

101. ``Between the Bridges`` Wakeboard Festival

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