Chattanooga History Center

Address: 2 West Aquarium Way, Aquarium Plaza Chattanooga, TN 37402 Contact Email: Phone: (423) 265-3247 Fax: (423) 266-9280
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U.S. 27 Exit 4C, right at light.


Chattanooga's story is amazing. Learn and experience it here. Hands-on interactive exhibits and film lead you through that amazing experience.

Originally called the Chattanooga Regional History Museum, the center provides walking tours and several Civil War driving tours in addition to the exhibits in the permanent collection. The center’s extensive Civil War collection includes a mountain howitzer; Grant’s headquarter’s chair; dozens of muskets, projectiles and other weapons; uniforms and various accoutrement; original photographs taken by R.M. Linn and George N. Bernard; diaries and letters; and a rare map of the area made by W.F. Dorr of the United States Coastal Survey.

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City: Chattanooga, TN
Region: East Tennessee
Subregion: Chattanooga & Southeast

Admission Rates:
Adults $4, seniors $3.50, children $3 (5+), family $9 (4+), students $3.

Senior Citizen Discount, Group Discount, Other Discounts, Student Discount

Payment Types Accepted:
Visa, Cash, MasterCard

Hours Open:
Open Year-round