1110 E Brow Road
Lookout Mountain, TN 37350
Both the Confederate and the Union soldiers who fought in and around Chattanooga were struck by the region's scenic beauty. During the Union army's occupation of Chattanooga (November 1863–Summer 1865), countless men hiked up Lookout Mountain to gaze out over the surrounding countryside, have their pictures taken for the folks back home, and walk through the mountain's rock formations. Even Union Gen. U.S. Grant posed for pictures from one of the scenic vantage points.