Q: What activity can support local businesses, help you get in your steps, cater to specific interests, show off Chattanooga’s coolest and most scenic spots, and is fun for both the born + bred Chattanoogan and the just-passing-through tourist?
A: Walking tours, and we’ve got a lot ‘em — from food and beer to architecture and haunted history. 👇
ChattaBrew Tour | ChattaBrew | $40 | Each 4-hour tour stops at 4 local craft breweries to sample signature brews, seasonal selections, and get a behind the scenes look at the brewing process. The brewery stops on each tour rotate on a regular basis.
Coffee Crawl | Coffee Crawl Chattanooga | $25 | Hit some of the best coffee shops + bakeries and get a discount on coffee, pastries, and chocolate with your coffee crawl bracelet. We admit that this one is more peddling than walking, but we’re ok with it as long as coffee’s involved.
MLK Southern Cuisine Food Tour | Chatt Taste | $69+ | This history-oriented food tour will take you along MLK Blvd., where you’ll visit 3-4 restaurants that “exemplify culture and tenacity of establishments.”
Murder and Mayhem Haunted History Tour | Chattanooga Ghost Tours | $18+ | This award-winning historical + spooky tour is Chattanooga Ghost Tours’ most popular, with “more ghosts, more scenic stops, and less walking” than the original tour.