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Point Park - Lookout Mountain Battlefields
#1 of 5 things to do in Lookout Mountain
I was fortunate to go hiking around both Lookout and Signal mountains as a kid, and when I had the chance to visit the area again recently, I made a point to take my kids to Point Park.
We took our 2 children, ages 6 and 8. Great place to learn history of the United States and have a great views of Chattanooga.
Tennessee Aquarium Chattanooga 4.7 mi away
#5 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Quite a few interactive displays and a Diving Show where divers are in the BIG TANK with all types of fish and sharks!! Beautiful grounds close to the river and water fun in small wading pools for the kids outdoors.
We enjoyed seeing everything in both buildings, and we also enjoyed the outside area with the man-made splash creek and splash pools for the children to play in (This was very unique and we enjoyed watching the ch...
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Rock City Lookout Mountain, GA 1.6 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Lookout Mountain
It is an amazing nature trail weaving through giant boulders, through beautiful botanical gardens, going through an agate cave, and ends with Mother Goose Village which is a special treat for children, and those w...
Lots of caves done out with cartoon figures and stories thrilled us as adults and families went wi;ld with excitement.Great walks through natural caves opening out onto cliff lookouts, cable bridges and winding st...
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Coolidge Park Chattanooga 5.1 mi away
#11 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Enjoyed the water fountains The view of the river The grassy area for recreation & picnic But the most fun was the carousel Felt like we were little kids again Happy, Happy Place!!
Then a leisurely stroll around the park offers sights of dogwood trees in bloom, kids playing soccer, and the Tennessee River sparkling under bridges and downtown Chattanooga across the way.
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Walnut Street Bridge Chattanooga 4.8 mi away
#4 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
As always I highly recommend Chattanooga's North Shore- from shopping & wonderful dining to the unique & historical Walnut Street Walking Bridge, truly fun family time for us!
Biking to work, romantic dates, quiet contemplation on the benches, running for exercise, pushing the stroller, walking with kids to the ice cream parlor, fountain and merry-go-round, after dinner stroll.
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Creative Discovery Museum Chattanooga 4.4 mi away
#12 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
This place is amazing- Well worth the $15 admission- so much to see and do - Perfect for all - Kids of all angels and their parents- you could easily stay the whole day.
Creative discovery museumfor children and special young children this is a great museum you can take the time you spend all day it's well worth the money it is very educational for children and adults a even adult...
Coolidge Park Antique Carousel Chattanooga 5.1 mi away
#8 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Great activity for children of all ages, and with the play fountain/water area right next to it, it is a wonderful way to end a long, hot July day of touring Chattanooga.
This one is very well maintained, at $1 per ride very affordable, the rides are long, and there are lots of different carousel animals for the kids to choose from.
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park Fort Oglethorpe, GA 6.1 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in Fort Oglethorpe
Great time for the entire family, You can spend days reading up on history and historic battles.
This is a must if you in this area , foget the politics, remember these were ordinary soldiers away from their families.
Rock City Gardens Lookout Mountain, GA 1.6 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Lookout Mountain
So much to see & experience at this Rock City Garden from Gnome Valley, magical garden which highlights children’s storybook, good scenery, natural stone sculpture with narrow walkway in between big rocks, experie...
... the gardens, it was wet and slippery in places, but the flowers and the gardens were beautiful the fairy cavern, was creative to see the fairy tales and the nursery rhymes come to life.Fun for the whole family.
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Chickamauga Battlefield Fort Oglethorpe, GA 6.3 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Fort Oglethorpe
This is a wonderful place to take the kids, find an open field (there's a great one at Wilder Tower) and let them run, fly kites or just enjoy the beauty all around.
Our family enjoyed the driving tour with audio, lots of information and amazing monuments.
Lookout Mountain Chattanooga 1.6 mi away
#6 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Great family activity, more geared towards kids but if you like amazing views it is definitely a must see! Awesome rock formations that you get to walk through and the fairy caverns are a work of art.
It is an amazing nature trail weaving through giant boulders, through beautiful botanical gardens, going through an agate cave, and ends with Mother Goose Village which is a special treat for children, and those w...
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Chattanooga Riverwalk Chattanooga 4.7 mi away
#10 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Our family loves walking and downtown Chattanooga has a great riverfront walk/biking trail.
It's a great place to spend with friends and family, and there are several places to picnic and frisbee.
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Raccoon Mountain Caverns Chattanooga 3.6 mi away
#1 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Friendly, gentle, concisely informative, he leads the tours very efficiently, and is gracious and patient with children and adults alike as he educates and assists crawlers as they navigate the course.
This cave was really nice and what I liked best was how that try and preserve it alot of the formations are still actively growing the tour guide was very well informed and engaging the whole family loved it is a...
AT&T Field Chattanooga 4.5 mi away
#19 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Our kids had a blast watching the game, taking pictures with the mascots, taking batting practice, watching the entertainment between innings and the firework show after the game.
This is a beautiful ballpark...the best dollar value for family fun...sit anywhere..park/grounds well maintained...great place to take young kids,,,friends or family
International Towing and Recovery Museum Chattanooga 2.1 mi away
#18 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
If you're on a road-trip through Chattanooga (especially, if you have kids), this is a place to visit and enjoy, after all there is a section devoted to that most famous tow truck - Mater!
Muscle and nostalgia -- a unique gem - worth a family visit
Chattanooga Zoo Chattanooga 5.0 mi away
#22 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Great Snow Leopards and the barnyard area is great for little kids to hand feed.
Kids will love it, especially if you indulge them a little at the concessions and the gift shop.
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Chattanooga National Cemetery Chattanooga 4.4 mi away
#3 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
The ladies and men at the PIC -Public Information Building are all Vets and all volunteers and make check in for families a warm inviting reassurance that their loved ones will be watched over with respect.
I have family and friends buried here..it is always quite and clean the have a restroom and map of the area to help find your loved ones...We go several times a year..
Chattanooga Market Chattanooga 3.4 mi away
#24 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
You can find all kinds of fruits, vegetables, fresh cut flowers, dog collars and leashes, art, jewelry, baked goods, children’s clothes and more.
In looking at the market line up, I see that there are often fun and family activities at the market.
Tivoli Theater Chattanooga 4.2 mi away
#14 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
This theater is the best place to see amazing shows and performances of all kinds, best for all ages and friends and families.
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The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway Chattanooga 0.8 mi away
#26 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Nice drive to the top ... nice view and enjoyment with family... kids.. the view on top is wonderful .. the walk to the park is super.. cool.. you tend to see bigggg bungalows either side of the road.. finally the...
I was born and raised in Chattanooga and whenever my wife and I return to visit family, we always make time to ride the Incline and walk up to Point Park.
Lake Winnie Amusement Park Rossville, GA 6.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Rossville
Lake Winnie is small enough to feel secure with young children, yet large enough that the kids love it!
My husband and I were able to relax in the cabana while the kids rode water slides.
Ruby Falls Chattanooga 1.7 mi away
#23 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
There are a lot of cave formations to see here in the form of various objects including bacon, fish, turtles, etc which makes walking to the waterfall a lot of fun, The kids on our tour seemed to really enjoy find...
The tour guide was great, the kids loved the amazing geological formations on the trail below the earth's source to the waterfall.
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Chattanooga Visitors Center Chattanooga 4.5 mi away
#25 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Many Families with young children are exploring the Great food at the 45 or so Downtown restaurants.
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Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center Chattanooga 1.2 mi away
#31 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
This is an amazing spot for singles, couples, families and groups.
GREAT for children...they can literally run out some of their energy.
Chattanooga Choo Choo Chattanooga 3.8 mi away
#34 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
Grat gift shop with historical items, plenty for the kids and adults!
The large tree was beautiful with kids singing carols and Santa entertaining all the kids with pictures.
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John Ross Bridge - Market Street Bridge Chattanooga 4.1 mi away
#35 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
There is also access on both sides of the river to two different family friendly riverside parks and the riverwalk on the downtown side which in total is 10 miles of concrete and boardwalks.
The Passage Chattanooga 4.7 mi away
#40 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
The water flowing down the steps makes it a very relaxing place to visit as well as lots of fun for the children (and adults) to wade and play in the water.
It’s a great area to take a little break and let the kids play in the water and pay homage to the Cherokee’s that taken from their land.
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Glen Falls Trail Chattanooga 0.9 mi away
#39 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
This was our first time on the trail, very short,easy hike to the falls, perfect for families with younger children as well Beautiful falls!
Easy hike, with awesome swimming hole with waterfall for the kids and rock caves to explore!! Recommend to anyone in the area!
Cravens House Chattanooga 1.3 mi away
#32 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
There aren't any restrooms but there are several monuments and cannons, a large grassy lawn and a few large rocks for kids to play on.
They also have grass for kids to run around in. Dogs on leashes are allowed.
Sculpture Fields at Montague Park Chattanooga 3.8 mi away
#44 of 109 things to do in Chattanooga
we had all our family, kids and grandkids there and we had a photographer to take lots of photos and they turned out well with the different sculptures!
Great place for kids to spend some energy or blanket picnic.