Things to do in Chattanooga

Chattanooga is known worldwide thanks to the 1914 hit “Chattanooga, Choo Choo” by Glen Miller & His Orchestra. Locally, the city is known for a lot of fun facts and is known as an outdoor adventure wonderland.. For thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies, Chattanooga is the perfect place for your next adventure.

These are some of the top sights in Chattanooga:

Beautiful Caverns Chattanooga, TN

Ruby Falls

Ruby Falls is the largest underground waterfall in the US. It’s made up of a series of waterfalls located underground at Lookout Mountain. The beautiful caves are brilliantly lit up, and visitors can go on a guided tour around the falls and take in all its wonder. A visit to Ruby Falls is absolute fun for the whole family.

Lookout Mountain

Lookout Mountain is an awe-inspiring mountain ridge located on the borders of Alabama, Chattanooga, and Tennessee. Lookout Mountain includes a multitude of hiking, walking, and running trails. It provides spectacular views of Alabama, Chattanooga, and Tennessee, depending on where you’re standing. Lookout Mountain is famous for being a Civil War battle site and being home to the famous Ruby Falls.

Raccoon Mountain Caverns

The Raccoon Mountain Caverns are 5.5 miles of underground passageways located in the Cumberland Plateau. The Raccoon Mountain Caverns are one of the most geologically active caverns in the South and have been exceptionally preserved. Visitors to the caves can explore the natural underground wonderland and marvel at the geological features.

Cumberland Trail

The Cumberland Trail is a hiking trail situated in the Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park. Hikers and trail runners are treated to a beautiful natural oasis and exciting hiking trails that are guaranteed to bring them back for more. Explore the wonders of Cumberland State Park today.