Chattanooga's Walnut Street Bridge was erected in 1890.
This truss-style bridge originally provided automotive and pedestrian passage across the Tennessee River.
Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Tennesee Aquarium is dedicated to marine wildlife appreciation, conservation and education.
Its residents include sharks, dolphins, jellyfish, riotously colorful sea anemones and many other eye-catching creatures.
Tennessee Riverpark is an 10-mile stretch of parkland along the Tennessee River, with access via the Riverwalk, a lighted concrete walkway that passes through several parks.
Spot reptiles and birds, take a bike ride, or fish from one of the park's six piers.
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Housed in three architecturally varied buildings, Hunter Museum of American Art exhibits collections from the Colonial period to the present.
Works by Mary Cassatt, Andy Warhol and Thomas Cole are represented.
The location, which features a total of 200 stores, also offers guests access to over 30 dining establishments.