Things To Do In East Chattanooga

Up to 45% Off Chattanooga Ducks Tour

Chattanooga Ducks

Downtown Chattanooga

$11 $6


Renovated WWII amphibious cruiser ushers passengers across dry land and waterways in a one-hour tour of Tennessee River

Up to 52% Off Tandem Skydive with Video

Chattanooga Skydiving Company


$298 $149

Professionals pair with clients in tandem jump over Sequatchie Valley and capture flights on digital video recording

Up to 62% Off One Month of Boot Camp

D1 Sports Training

Hickory Valley - Hamilton Place

$180 $69

Trained coaches push participants to build strength and endurance through metabolic training, resistance exercises, and circuit training

Up to 60% Off Professional Art Classes

The Artist Studio

Dupont - Murray Hills

$160 $69

Students grasp basic drawing and design concepts and more advanced painting techniques in classes helmed by skilled artists

52% Off Bring-Your-Own-Wine Painting Class



$25 $12

Students recreate images of flowers, peacocks, and impressionistic designs as teacher guides them

51% Off Audubon Society Family Membership

Chattanooga Audubon Society

Hickory Valley - Hamilton Place

$35 $17

Visit a historic wildlife sanctuary and farm that sprawls over 132 acres of forested slopes and lush creek bottoms

54% Off Kids' Classes and a Family Membership

Little Gym of Chattanooga

East Brainerd

$76 $35

Instructors lead kids in gymnastics, sports-skills, martial-arts, and dance classes

60% Off Zumba at JIGY Monica's Fitness Studio

Zumba Fitness With Monica James

JIGY Monica's Fitness Studio

$25 $10

Licensed Zumba instructor leads students of all shapes and sizes to leaner physiques with simple dance steps set to all varieties of music

Up to 80% Off Outdoor Climbing at Lookout Mountain

Rocky Top Guides

Lookout Mountain

$225 $49

AMGA-certified instructors equip climbers with rented gear and teach techniques during custom climbing trips across Lookout Mountain

54% Off Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes

Kioto Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Academy Chattanooga


$110 $51

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 43% Off at Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center

Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center

Lookout Valley - Lookout Mountain

$20 $12


Visitors explore 317 acres of forests and fields that are home to more than 50 native animal species, including endangered red wolves

ReptiDay Chattanooga – Up to 50% Off Repticon Event


Camp Jordan Arena

$30 $15


Reptile, amphibian, and arachnid breeders and experts showcase creatures' behavior and biology through exhibits and demonstrations

Up to 53% Off Hales Bar Dam Ghost Tour

Ghost Hunter Chattanooga


$58 $29


Paranormal investigators lead groups of up to 15 through Chattanooga’s most haunted locales on two-hour ghost-hunting tours

Up to 50% Off Kayaking for One or Two

River Canyon Adventures


$39.95 $25

Paddle down the Tennessee River Gorge Blueway amid plants and wildlife

Pump It Up – 50% Off

Pump It Up

Hickory Valley - Hamilton Place

$28 $14

Chaperoned play time relieves parents during Zumba and for extended hours on Wednesday nights

Up to 50% Off Swimming Lessons

Choo Choo Diving and Aquatic Center

Tyner - Greenwood

$90 $45

Each instructor works with no more than four students during lessons that help swimmers become comfortable, confident, and safe in the water

Up to 51% Off BYOB Pedal-Powered Pub Crawl of Chattanooga

Chattanooga Double Decker

Multiple Locations

$25 $13

Two watering holes can be explored during this fun, pedal-powered pub crawl

Up to 50% Off Brit Floyd Concert

Brit Floyd

Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium

$59.10 $29.50


British tribute act recreates the Pink Floyd experience with proggy sounds of all 14 albums, elaborate stage design, and hypnotic lights

50% Off Bowling for Two or Four

Holiday Bowl

Multiple Locations

$24 $12

LCD screens keep score as bowlers lace up shoes and send balls hurtling down polished lanes

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Golfers across Texas, Arizona, and Georgia get an expert's opinion on their local private and public courses through AvidGolfer Magazine. The professionals also offer some basic instructions, in-depth product reviews, and careful explanations of why a lower score is better. Besides expert advice, the magazine releases an annual passbook that grants subscribers entry into several local courses.

785 Canyon Ridge Rd,
Rising Fawn,

Puttville Indoor Mini Golf unfurls across 9,500 square-feet of artificial green grass fairways to form challenging, playful 18-hole miniature golf course. The professional and challenging course and tricky obstacles that test putters' skill. The indoor facility also encompasses an arcade with skee-ball and other classic games, making it a dynamic venue for birthday parties and other events.

3801 Ringgold Rd
East Ridge,

As the aerial concierge behind Fly This, Erik Graper accompanies patrons through the air aboard his powered hang-gliding trike. Erik boasts pilot certifications from the FAA and USHPA, as well as a 10-year flying career that includes more than 10,000 flights without an accident or taking a wrong turn into an interdimensional wormhole. He introduces novices to the sport during discovery flights that soar to as high as 2,000 feet and coaches more seasoned pilots through advanced training and instructional flights. Each excursion takes off from Nickajack Lake and circles the airspace high above it, affording passengers rare views of the Tennessee River Gorge.

9696 Highway 41

The back wall at ArtsyU⎯marked by multiple hues sectioned into Mondrianesque blocks of color⎯is an expression of the vibrant ambiance that characterizes the studio. It pops with color, creating a welcoming environment for painters to experiment with their own designs. Visitors come to this artistically designed studio to unleash creativity, often bringing along a bottle of wine to aid in the process. Seated side-by-side on stools, they dip brushes into provided acrylic paints. With an instructor's guidance, they render images that range from a peacock fanning its tail to a flower holding perfectly still.

5080 South Terrace

Human flight. It's a term that conjures images of a Greek myth, but at Flying Camp, myth is a reality—and gets a happier ending. For it's here that people of all ages get to soar through the air in paragliders above the Sequatchie Valley. While USHPA-certified pilots steer all of Flying Camp's tandem flights, guests can also enroll in training programs to become pilots themselves. These classes teach all the fundamental skills of paragliding, such as launching, controlling the canopy, identifying which clouds are solid, and, of course, safely touching back down on Earth.

Mt. Olive Rd.

At The Pottery Place, everyone gets to put glaze-dipped brush to ceramics, no matter their age or experience. The studio draws visitors into this world of ceramics painting with informal instruction and open studio time, as well as lively, themed birthday parties. Whatever the structure, guests are free to choose from a menagerie of unfired cups, plates, animal figurines, and serving trays, not to mention a wide spectrum of glaze colors. Glass fusing and mosaic-making are always on offer, too, and patrons are always welcome to bring their own food or drink.

103 Cherokee Blvd.