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Attractions  

East Ridge is located in the heart of the scenic South. With Chattanooga right next door, there is something for everyone to do and see while living and visiting East Ridge. There are majestic mountains, pristine lakes and wonderful family attractions all located within a few minutes of East Ridge. While you are with us, visit these other area attractions:

Chattanooga Convention Center
Our full service trade center, complete with T1 high speed internet access from Chattanooga Online. 

Chattanooga Convention and Visitors Bureau
The Convention and Visitors Bureau promotes the Chattanooga area as a year-round destination for meetings, conventions, sporting events and leisure travel.

Chattanooga Lookouts
Have a night out at the ball park with Chattanooga's own ball team.

Reflection Riding - Arboretum & Nature Center
A 300 acre botanical garden, great for walking or riding through. One of the best spots in Chattanooga! 

Chattanooga Regional History Museum
Learn about Chattanooga's fascinating history as well as some things you never knew
we were famous for! 
 

Chattanooga Zoo
Check out the jungle in our backyard!

Creative Discovery Museum
Chattanooga's Children's Museum, great hands on family fun.

Hunter Museum
Chattanooga's own Regional History Museum.

Incline Railway
Take a ride on the Incline and check out "America's Most Amazing Mile"!

Lake Winnepesaukah 
Come on Get Happy at the South's Favorite Family Amusement Park!


Outdoor Chattanooga
Come out and play!

Ruby Falls
A spectacular 145' underground waterfall thundering deep inside Lookout Mountain. 

See Rock City
Make memories worth repeating on the Rock City Enchanted Trail. 

Southern Bell Riverboat
500 Passenger offering Breakfast, Site seeing, Lunch and Dinner Cruises and great wedding packages.

Tennessee Aquarium& IMAX 3D Theater
Check out Chattanooga's coolest fish and awesome animals. Take in an unique movie experience while you're there. 

Tennessee Valley Railroad
Take a Ride on the Chattanooga Choo Choo. Tennessee Valley Rail Road Museum web site.