Visitors can walk the pedestrian bridge to downtown, play frisbee, see the river, ride the carousel, splash in the fountain, or explore the many places to shop and eat.
Walking about Northshore and the "Walking Bridge" is a lot of fun. There is a park below it on the river called Coolidge Park and it is nice. Ruby Falls is great if you have never been, one of those things that you need to see once.
Coolidge Park, located on the city’s North Shore, is one place where you can overlook the beautiful Tennessee River, play in an interactive water fountain, stroll across on one of the world’s largest pedestrian bridges-the Walnut Street Bridge, test your skills at rock climbing, picnic with your…
Bring a swimsuit/frisbee/balls for the kids-there’s a splash/fountain area and a large, grassy field to play in. Walking and biking trails lead off from here. Don’t forget to ride the carousel!
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“If you enjoy museums, the Hunter is a worthwhile visit, featuring US colonial art through modern day.”
“My family LOVES going to the aquarium! From Chattanooga’s northshore, you can walk there by crossing the Walnut Street pedestrian bridge, or you can take a short ride on the FREE electric shuttle. If you visit during warm weather with your kids, be sure to bring along the kids’ swimsuits or change of clothes, as there’s a fairly large water play area outside the entrances to the aquarium buildings! ”
“Chattanooga is known for this pedestrian walking bridge. It connects the city's River Front area to the North Shore area. Both offer lots to do, including plenty of tourist type shops and activities. ”
“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.”