Walnut Street Bridge
On one side of the bridge you have Northshore with tons of restaurants and little stores. One the other side of the bridge you have the Art District with museums, art studios, art garden, and more!
This is a popular spot- the Chattanooga walking bridge. It’s easier to park by Coolidge Park or along Frazier Avenue and walk from there.
Stroll over Walnut Street bridge - north side hit up Coolidge Park and the shops and restaurants on Frazier Ave. South side of the bridge take in the Hunter Art Museum and everything the Art district has to offer.
“worth the drive and the hike--spectacular blue hole swimming. Can be crowded on summer weekends”
“Trendy coffee and breakfast shop. great place to work or enjoy the day on the covered outdoor patio. Crash Pad guests will receive 10% off. ”
“Blue skies has been my favorite shop in Chattanooga for many years. They have an excellent selection of unique gift items, and sometimes I stop in just to browse and read some of the hilarious greeting cards. ”
“Casual Atmosphere Offering Great Coffee. Offering Breakfast and Lunch Menu.”
“Another local favorite in the Southside district, between St. Elmo and downtown. Their food and drink menu is worth the visit! They also have a great patio area for when the weather is nice.”