areas shaded in black are parking garages.
areas shaded in gray are parking lots.
orange/lilac line is the free shuttle route.
rates range in price from $3 - $8.
One of the best ways to get around downtown Chattanooga
is the FREE
electric shuttle. On the south side of downtown you’ll
find the Choo-Choo, fine AND funky dining, as well as outlet
shopping and fine antiques.
the car parked and ride The
Fat Cat Ferry -- Chattanooga’s newest riverfront
addition and your ticket to enjoy both shores. An all-day
pass is just $6. Catch it afternoons through sunset on the
hour at Ross’s Landing Pier and cross over to the
Chattanooga was named one of the nation’s “most
walkable” cities by “Walking” magazine.
So why not park your car and see what else the Scenic City
has to offer.
longest pedestrian bridge in the country, the Walnut
Street Bridge, affords beautiful views and access
to the north shore, where you’ll find the Coolidge
Park carousel, quirky shopping and great dining experiences
on Frazier Avenue. Situated on the city's north shore,
Coolidge Park features a beautifully restored hand-carved
carousel, a pavilion, an interactive play fountain, an
open-air performance venue, and lots of open space.
Pier extends over the Tennessee River. The pier is
dominated by seven, 40-foot-tall masterpieces of art that
illuminate your stroll.
what's new on the banks of the beautiful Tennessee
River. Walk along the river on one of the South’s
most scenic strolls. The Tennessee Riverwalk parallels
the Tennessee River from the Chickamauga Dam to Ross's
Landing Park in downtown Chattanooga near the Aquarium.
The trail length stretches for 13 miles.
Landing is the birthplace of Chattanooga – the site
where John Ross established a riverside trading post in
1851. Alongside the Aquarium, you’ll find a dramatic
passageway to the river marking the beginning of the
Trail of Tears that celebrates Native American culture.
Renaissance Park, a wetlands park and playground, is a
haven for outdoor enthusiasts. The site also includes
an adventure playground for children and the headquarters
of an initiative to promote Chattanooga’s outdoor
First Street leads up to the Hunter
Museum of American Art by foot or incline. Don’t
miss the glass pedestrian bridge that spans the parkway
between First Street and the Hunter.
View Art District holds an intriguing collection of
restaurants, gardens, galleries, inns, terrace cafes and
a bocce court combined with an old world elegance and
a spectacular view. Atop the stone cliffs of the Tennessee
River and next to the Hunter
Museum, the art district is reminiscent of a small
European village. The internationally acclaimed River
Gallery Sculpture Garden combines art and nature on two
acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.
Creative Discovery Museum