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Tennessee pulls the curtain back on this piece of history through preserved battlefields, plantation homes and visual storytelling.
Located atop Lookout Mountain in Georgia, just six miles from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee, Rock City Gardens is an enchanted, 4,100-foot walking trail showcasing soaring rock formations, caves, and lush gardens. Nearly a half million people from al...
A breathtaking play land for outdoor enthusiasts and active families.
February is the month for love and East Tennessee combines history and romance for one powerful elixir.
The Chattanooga Choo Choo Historic Hotel has Victorian Train Car hotel rooms right in Downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Escape the winter months by exploring these indoor Tennessee attractions that include rock climbing, space and learning fascinating history.
The ghosts of Tennessee have tales to tell
Few places in the country can claim such a rich concentration of historical events.
Discover the Bessie Smith Cultural Center
Started by a small group of volunteers over 50 years ago, the Tennessee Valley Railroad stands ready to offer a ride back in time. "The past is just ahead!"
Navigate 27 miles of the beautiful Tennessee River and 27,000 acres carved through the Cumberland Mountains for an incredibly closeup look at wildlife, nature, history and culture.
Chattanooga Ghost Tours- A National Top 10 Haunted Tour!
The Hunter Museum offers a stunning permanent collection of over 6,000 works from colonial to contemporary art, dynamic architecture, and a variety of temporary exhibitions featured each year.
Explore Chattanooga's Oldest Wildlife Sanctuary
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