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Chattanooga Bed & Breakfasts

While all of Chattanooga’s B&Bs offer a bed and complimentary breakfast, that’s about where the similarities end. From a mountain escape to an urban oasis, each inn has its own distinct personality and charm. Whether you’re looking for a mountain-top cottage tucked in the woods or a room in a…

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11 Great Places to Go Swimming in Chattanooga

In the midst of a Chattanooga summer, there’s often nothing more appealing than going for a swim to escape the blazing heat. While we love that Southeastern sunshine, a good cool-down is a must-do when the mercury rises. Luckily, swimming options in Chattanooga abound, from lakes and rivers just…

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Riverfront Nights

The much anticipated free concert series, Riverfront Nights, returns to Chattanooga on Saturday, July 20. The outdoor musical series is free for all to enjoy, and is even dog-friendly. Riverfront Nights focuses on local people and institutions who promote healthy lifestyles, sustainable…

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Where to Find Chattanooga's Most Popular Murals

If you’ve visited the Scenic City, you’ve probably noticed a variety of public art pieces scattered around town. You can find plenty of sculptures, decorated alleyways, temporary exhibits, and murals if you know where to look. If you need help finding some of Chattanooga’s most eye-catching wall…

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Impressionism at the Hunter

William J Glackens and Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Affinities and Distinctions On view now through September 22 The Hunter Museum’s summer exhibition, William J. Glackens and Pierre-Auguste Renoir: Affinities and Distinctions , explores the influence of French Impressionist Renoir on the influential…

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