Located on top of Lookout Mountain across from Point Park Battlefield. A 3-dimensional presentation of Chattanooga's Civil War history featuring theater-seating and audio tape presentation. Hear the sounds of battle as you learn about Lookout Mountai more >
All Aboard! Opened in 1909 as Terminal Station, the train depot welcomed thousands of travelers during the golden age of railroads. Today, Terminal Station stands as part of the world famous Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel.
History and hospitality are a more >
Step back in time and experience the days of soldier and steed at the 6th Calvary Museum.
Art 120 is an organization created to enrich Chattanooga and its surrounding community through the creation, education, and celebration of art.
Chattanooga Market: Artober Fest
A private, nonprofit arts council that provides a united voice for all cultural organizations and activities in Hamilton County.
Founded in 1993, Barking Legs Theater hosts a wide variety of music, dance, performance and improvisational productions in an intimate setting near historic downtown Chattanooga, Tenn.
The Bessie Smith Cultural Center has become a recognized educational institution. Its facilities are utilized daily by school children, adults, scholars, and visitors from all over the world. The community has helped the BSCC establish itself in Tenn more >
Within walking distance of downtown Chattanooga, Bluff View Art District is a creative haven that specializes in the visual, culinary and landscape arts. The historic neighborhood sits high atop a bluff overlooking the Tennessee River and offers visi more >
Chattanooga ASAs mission is to promote youth softball in the Chattanooga area, develop skilled Read More...
Drama and contemporary romance writer Lonz Cook showcases his new novels to interested readers and b Read More...