Heading to Hamilton County to visit Chattanooga, Tennessee can be a long and windy road, but the uphill battle is certainly worth it. This southeastern city in Tennessee runs along the Appalachian Mountains with unbelievable natural wonder to take in, especially when the leaves change color in the fall.
While it may be difficult to decide on where to start with attractions, begin by hiking northeast up to the Bluff View Art District to see breathtaking landscapes and the beautiful sculpture garden by The River Gallery on the cliff overlooking the Tennessee River.
The Hunter Museum of American Art is right there, built on a ninety-foot limestone bluff. Named after Coca-Cola bottler George Hunter, the museum collection ranges from classical to contemporary art and is attached to a mansion originally known as the Ross Faxon House. Works by Ansel Adams, Andy Warhol and Elizabeth Catlett can all be found inside along with traveling exhibits that rotate throughout the year.