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Located on the University of Tennessee campus, this multi-purpose arena is the ultimate entertainment venue in Chattanooga. The sell-out attraction to look forward to is the action-packed races with giant monster trucks slugging it out for the prized trophy. You can also expect to watch some of the best truck races, men's and women's basketball tournaments, Longhorn Rodeo shows and concerts.
Traveling from New York to Massachusetts and spending a great deal of time in Atlanta, this beautiful carousel was built by Gustav Dentzel in 1895. It delighted and served Atlanta residents until its dismantling in the 1960's after a lack of funding. A group of local Chattanooga investors found the tattered remains and hired a company of artists to restore the grand merry-go-round, adding new horses, sleds and other animals so it could be admired at its present home in Coolidge Park. Children can ride atop a valiant steed for a mere 50 cents and parents can join them or watch from the comfort of a nearby rocking chair.
Missionary Ridge Local offers a historic train ride. Visitors can learn more about the rich history of Chattanooga and its struggle through the times of Civil War. This daily train ride passes many historically significant spots mainly being the pre-Civil War Missionary Ridge tunnel which was constructed in 1858. Ride through the journey of time and learn more about the life of the people and soldiers in Chattanooga.
The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is a non-profit organization that came into being with the goal of bringing back the steam engines and locomotives which have become a thing of the past. Today everyone can actually experience the nostalgic feeling by walking past the working repair shops. Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is a great venue for holding a birthday party or picnics for your kid. It offers great variety like the Christmas Special, the Autumn Leaf Special, the Valentine Dinner Train and the Halloween Eerie Express. Also, it has been one of the prime locations for shooting movies, including October Sky, Heaven's Sky and Fool's Parade.