My wife and I were in town for a quick afternoon and evening on our way to visit relatives in Texas. Got a good, quick overview of the area. Learned many new things including that the tow truck was originated in Chattanooga and they have...More
See all of Chattanooga Tennessee’s top attractions on this hop-on hop-off trolley tour and maximize your time while enjoying all the sights that Chattanooga has to offer. This tour runs from daily 10am to 5pm and has 11 stops along the route. Your informative driver / guide will drop-off at these area attractions. If you just want to stay on-board, you can experience the entire ride in 75 minutes with narration.
Stop 1: Chattanooga Choo Choo - This stop features the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo, Tennessee Stillhouse, Frothy Monkey, Station Street, Songbirds Guitar Museum, and more.
Stop 2: Warehouse Row - This stop features some fantastic eating and shopping! Tupelo Honey Cafe, Amanda Pinson Jewelry, Public House, Lululemon, and more.
Stop 3: Hunter Museum of American Art - is a highlight for those art fans hopping on board! Featuring the Hunter Museum of American Art, Houston Museum, Access to the Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge, and the Tennessee Riverwalk.
Stop 4: Bluff View Art District - This stop features the Riverwalk Sculpture Garden, Back Inn Cafe, Martin House.
Stop 5: Northshore/ Coolidge Park - Explore great local food joints, unique boutiques, a carousel designed by art students, and Coolidge Park to relax and enjoy Clumpies Ice Cream, a local Chattanooga favorite treat.
Stop 6: Chattanooga Visitors Center/ Creative Discovery Museum - Learn from the experts or enjoy a full day exploring and learning and creating at the Creative Discovery Museum.
Stop 7: Tennessee Aquarium - Tennessee Aquarium, Broad Street, Ghost Tours, Tennessee Riverwalk, High Point Climbing Gym, Puckett's.
Stop 8: Moon Pie General Store/ Broad Street - Chattanooga is home to the MoonPie and you can't leave Chattanooga without trying this tasty treat at the Moon Pie General Store. Hop off also for the iGNis Glass Studio & Maple Street Biscuit Company.
Stop 9: Chattanooga Convention Center/ Coker Tire - Coker Tire has a huge collection of antique cars, motorcycles, and even a few planes.
Stop 10: International Towing & Recovery Museum - museum records the towing industry's history and displays related artifacts and memorabilia.
Stop 11: St. Elmo/ Lookout Mountain Incline Railway - Hop aboard the Incline Railway to get to the top of Lookout Mountain! Featuring one of the best views of Chattanooga, this is an attraction not to be missed!