Chattanooga sits on the Tennessee River in Southeastern Tennessee, near the GA/TN border. It is where I-75 & I-24 meet. This video is available for purchase, we can send you the mp4 file without the graphics, contact us at Tampa Aerial Media.
Chattanooga has many great opportunities for Tourism including the Southern Belle Riverboat Cruises (:30) which we caught sailing out for its Sunset Cruise. The Hunter Museum of Art’s (1:06) former entrance is in a 1904 Southern Plantaion Style, classical revival mansion designed by Abram Garfield, the son of president James A. Garfield. It has since added two other buildings one built in 1975 and the other in 2005.
We featture the Tennessee Riverwalk (1:28) which stretches for 13 miles long, For a day filled with food, fresh air, and family fun, few places can offer more than Chattanooga’s beautiful and diverse Riverwalk. Stretching about 13 miles along the southern banks of the Tennessee River. The paved path lets you immerse yourself in nature, culture, and cuisine all in one family-friendly adventure. With a variety of restaurants and activities dotted along its path.
Along the Riverwalk is the Tennessee Aquarium (1:43) with its contemporary looking glass roof. It has many exibits as well as a pouplar IMax Theatre.
The John Ross Bridge, also known as The Market St Bridge , The Market Street Bridge, opened in 1907, is a bascule pedestrian bridge that spans the Tennessee River between downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the Northshore District.
AT&T Field (2:58) is the home of the minor league Chattanooga Lookouts of the double-A Southern LeagueTags: Chattanooga
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This post was written by Randy Markham