- TripBuzz found 50 things to do with kids in or near Chattanooga, Tennessee, including 22 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hixson, Lookout Mountain, Cleveland and Harrison.
- From Tennessee Aquarium to Creative Discovery Museum, the Chattanooga area offers 59 different types of family activities, including: Bridges, Scenic Railroads, Specialty Museums and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- Chattanooga acts as the fourth largest city in the state of Tennessee and a central urban hub of the southeastern region. It is located along Chickamauga Lake and Nickajack Lake roughly 120 miles from both Knoxville, Tennessee and Atlanta, Georgia. The size of the city makes it a popular festival and event site for the region, including the nine-day music-based Riverbend Festival in June.
A grassy area peppered with small trees, Spring Grove Park features many amenities including a mini-amphitheater, fitness stations, swings and garden areas. Visitors can also enjoy a walking path that winds through the park.
93% 14 votes
522 West Madison Ave, Athens, TN 37303 MoreLess Info
History comes to life at the McMinn County Living Heritage Museum, which is normally just called the Living Heritage Museum. Historical demonstrations take up a large portion of the exhibits at the museum, but there are also rotating exhibits of over 10,000 artifacts.
95% 95 votes
319 Hells Hollow Road, Blue Ridge, GA 30513 MoreLess Info
A fun family outing, Blue Ridge Mountain Trail Rides at Hells Hollow is home to many beautiful horses and ponies. This ranch further offers several horseback riding tours along with a trail for scenic nature walks.
Part of the Jacksonville State University building, the Little River Canyon Center is an education center. Attractions include a HD movie theater, natural history library, educational exhibits, outdoor amphitheater, and walking trails.
100% 2 votes
208 South Houston Street, S, Scottsboro, AL 35768 MoreLess Info
From genealogical research to historical buildings, Scottsboro-Jackson Heritage Center offers visitors a chance to peek into the history of Jackson County. The center has a pioneer village, courthouse, and Antebellum era building for visitors to explore.
100% 5 votes
428 West Willow St, Scottsboro, AL 35768 MoreLess Info
The Scottsboro Boys Museum & Cultural Center stands to commemorate the lives of young African Americans who suffered racism in the 1930's. The museum celebrates the positive actions of all those who fight against oppression.
100% 6 votes
207 Main Street, Scottsboro, AL 35772 MoreLess Info
Preserving the history of railroading in the area, the Stevenson Railroad Depot Museum displays artifacts from Native American history through modern times. The historic depot building was built in 1872 on the ruins of Stevenson's first railroad depot.
97% 349 votes
4322 Little River Trail NE, Fort Payne, AL 35967 MoreLess Info
Little River Canyon National Preserve is the deepest canyon east of the Mississippi and is surrounded by the scenic beauty of Lookout Mountain. It is unique because it flows for most of its length atop Lookout Mountain in northeast Alabama.