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Featured Blog - Hamilton Place

It’s the magical time of year when Hamilton Place transforms into a wonderland of twinkling lights, families shopping, larger-than-life décor and, of course, Santa Claus! Santa comes to town on Saturday, Nov. 9 during the Santa Arrival Parade. This festive annual tradition has marked the start of…

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Chattanooga's Top Desserts

With a growing culinary scene, Chattanooga is becoming a destination for foodies - especially for dessert lovers. With a variety of sweet treat shops to check out, you are destined to find the perfect cookie, pastry, or ice cream cone as you explore the Scenic City. Satisfy your sweet tooth and…

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Head of the Hooch: November 2-3, 2019

Every year, some of the best collegiate, high school, and master rowers in the country flock to Chattanooga for Head of the Hooch – the second largest rowing regatta in the country. Held on the first weekend in November, 2,000+ boats race down the Tennessee River – with 1,200 of those boats…

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If There’s One Place You Visit This Fall, Make It Chattanooga

Fall is a magical time in Chattanooga. The mountains and valleys bloom into a canvas of reds and yellows, and you can almost hear a collective sigh of relief as the heat and humidity recede, replaced by crisp, cool air. Meanwhile, autumn festivals and seasonal events spring up like wildflowers…

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Featured Blog - The Nightmares to Return to Dread Hollow

I don’t do horror or haunted houses. The last scary movie I watched was Children of the Corn in sixth grade. So when I got the assignment to do Ruby Falls’ Haunted Cavern, I was nervous. Buzzfeed named it fourth on their list of “terrifying haunted houses to see before you die.” That's in the…

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