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3 Best Landmarks in Chattanooga, TN

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Chattanooga, Tennessee. All of our landmarks actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

BLUFF VIEW ART DISTRICT

411 East 2nd Street, Chattanooga, TN 37403 DIRECTIONS

Since 1992

Here’s The Deal:
Bluff View Art District is an excellent panorama of the Tennessee River, the Walnut Street Bridge, and downtown Chattanooga. This place is tucked neatly on top of tall stone cliffs and with the Tennessee River. In its backdrop, guests can eat, celebrate, shop, explore and stay in this quiet downtown haven. It provides a destination in the heart of the city where both locals and tourists can view equally the impressive works of art, architecture, and horticulture that all define the unique environment of the district. In addition, bluff View Art District offers Private facilities like social events, business meetings, family reunions, and weddings.

SPECIALTY:
Coffee House, Tony's Pasta Shop, Wedding, Reception, River Gallery, Art Gallery, Plenty of Gardens, Historic Bed & Bluff View Bakery

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Mon-Thu, Sun: 8am - 9pm
Fri & Sat: 8am - 10pm

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WALNUT STREET BRIDGE

1 Walnut Street, Chattanooga, TN 37403 DIRECTIONS

Since 1890

Here’s The Deal:
Walnut Street Bridge is a community group that funds a federal grant to renovate the bridge and use city supplies. The Smith Bridge Company assembled the bridge's superstructure. The bridge is historically significant as an extraordinarily long and old example of its type. Today's oldest non-military highway bridge is restored and revitalized as a footbridge and a linear park. The 2,376-foot-long Walnut Street Bridge connects downtown Chattanooga to the north shore and is a favorite of residents and visitors. A community campaign comprised visionary activists, civic leaders, and historical preservationists banded together to save the bridge, imagining it as a vibrant pedestrian bridge.

SPECIALTY:
Pedestrian Bridge, River, Joggers, Historical Places, Sights and Landmarks, Biking, Bridges, Rafting, Parks, Rock Bands & Kayaking

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CRAVENS HOUSE

Point Park Visitor Center, Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, TN 37350 DIRECTIONS

Since 1866

Here’s The Deal:
Cravens House is the fiercest fighting during the Battle of Lookout Mountain took residence in the vicinity of the house. The historic home was the spot of one of the most intense civil war battles. The original house was two levels, the floor below or "underground" and the floor below in an 'L'-shape. This historical mountain home and Civil War battle site feature summer tours and nearby hiking trails. The port on the Tennessee River was significant to local cotton farmers, who would transport their yields to the city and ship it through the waterway to Memphis. A free parking lot is available at the Cravens House on Lookout Mountain.

SPECIALTY:
Historical Building, Special Events, House, Seasons, Summer Tours, Mountain Home & Hiking

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Sat & Sun: 1pm - 5pm
Mon-Fri: Closed

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