Month: April 2016

Explore the Public Markets of Chattanooga

You can learn a lot about a place by visiting the same places that the locals shop and eat.  Though public markets often act as a community hub featuring specialty shops, eateries, local artisans, and regional food vendors, they’ve also grown increasingly popular as tourist attractions as well.  From fresh produce and artisan goods to interactive events and live entertainment, there is always something fun happening at Chattanooga’s public markets.  On …

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River Cruise on the Tennessee River

The Tennessee River is a great source of pride for the city of Chattanooga. Known for it’s beautiful sweeping bends, the Tennessee River passes through downtown Chattanooga before turning at the base of Lookout Mountain, where it heads into the breathtakingly beautiful Tennessee River Gorge.  The Tennessee River Gorge, referred to often as “Tennessee’s Grand Canyon,” provides critical habitat for over 200 bird species.  There are around 27,000 acres of virtually undisturbed forest …

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