Welcome to East Tennessee Attractions Guide

There are so many things to do while on vacation in East Tennessee, we wanted to put together a comprehensive website to help the vacationer or visitor decide what would be perfect for them.

Below you will find just a few of the many things to do and if you use our directory, you will find many, many more. Not just things to do, but places to stay, places to eat, and things to meet your needs while visiting.

Warner Park Zoo - The mission of the Chattanooga Zoo, formerly Warner Park Zoo, is to provide an educational and recreational opportunity for all. The Chattanooga Zoo also seeks to provide a dignified and esthetically pleasing environment for the animals.

Chattanooga Riverboat Company - Chattanooga Riverboat Company offers fabulous dinner cruises, daily lunch cruises or daytime sightseeing cruises along the scenic Tennessee River aboard the Southern Belle.

Ruby Falls - Ruby Falls, America's highest underground waterfall open to the public, is located on historic Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Take a guided tour of the caves and the spectacular 145-foot waterfall. Ruby Falls - a memorable experience for all ages.

Tennessee Aquarium - The Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga is the world's largest freshwater aquarium. Journey through a spectacular 60-foot canyon and two living forests, where you'll see over 9,000 animals that swim, fly, and crawl in natural habitats.

Tennessee Valley Railroad - Tennessee Valley Railroad is the largest operating historic railroad in the South. Restored steam and diesel locomotives pull trains along a historic railroad on 50-minute roundtrip rides.

Abraham Lincoln Museum - Located on the beautiful campus of Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum houses one of the most diverse Lincoln and Civil War collections in the country.

The Museum of Appalachia - Opened in the late 1960's, the museum has grown to 65 acres, including dozens of authentic log structures, a large Display Building, an extensive Craft and Gift (and Antique) Shop, and Auditorium, and the popular Appalachian Hall of Fame Building.

Governor's Palace Theatre - The beautiful Governor's Palace Theatre is the home of two productions: Come Celebrate America (Apr - Oct) and Come Celebrate Christmas (Nov - Dec).

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