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Guide to tours in Chattanooga

Explore the Scenic City through its history, food, drink, and art on these tours.

NOOGAtoday | Duckboat

Take a tour on land and water in one of the iconic duck boats.

Photo by Chattanooga Ducks via Chattanooga Tourism Co.

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Whether you’re a lifelong Chattanoogan longing to embrace your inner tourist, or you have a limited amount of time in the Scenic City, here are 14 tours guaranteed to show you the sights you want to see.

Note: Price estimates are based on individual adult rates available at the time of publishing. Check each company’s website to see current pricing.

Top tours

Chattanooga Trolley Tour | $16.39-$54.08 per person
Discover the sights of historic Chattanooga on a leisurely ride or walking tour of the city’s most iconic landmarks.

Chattanooga Segway Tours | $69-$75 per person
Travel through Chattanooga’s Downtown + NorthShore via Segway to learn about the history of the area and see its landmarks.

Chattanooga Helicopters | $54.62-$327.75 per person
Explore the Scenic City from the sky over areas like downtown, the Tennessee River, Lookout Mountain, and more.

Chattanooga Ducks | $34.99 per person
See the Scenic City from land and the Tennessee River on a narrated tour aboard an authentic WWII duck boat.

NOOGAtoday | Chattabrew Tour

Hop on the brew bus to check out some of Chattanooga’s breweries.

Eat and drink

Chattabrew Tour | $45-$65 per person
Each four-hour tour (walking or brew bus) stops at four local craft breweries to sample signature brews and seasonal selections + get a behind-the-scenes look at the brewing process. The brewery destinations on each tour rotate on a regular basis.

Chatt Taste | $71.01-$108.16 per person
Try out local restaurants while learning about the history of the neighborhoods they’re in, including Downtown, Southside + MLK Boulevard. Bonus: This food tour company was recently named one of the Top 10 Food Tours in the country by USA Today readers.

NOOGAtoday | Southern Belle Riverboat

Cruise along the Tennesee River on the Southern Belle.

Photo by Southern Belle Riverboat via Chattanooga Tourism Co.

All in on history

Southern Belle Riverboat | $30.99 per person
Sit back and relax on the “Sights” cruise while learning about the history of the area + the riverboat.

Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park | Prices vary depending on tour/special offerings
Take a guided tour with rangers + historical experts or self-guided tours through the park.

NOOGAtoday | Outshine Adventures

See these gorgeous views from the Tennessee River with Outshine Adventures.

Get outdoors

Experience Chattanooga | $80-$155 per person
Choose between guided hiking tours of various difficulties through the area’s most scenic views.

Outshine Adventures | $35-$275 per person
Choose your own adventure like guided mountain bike tours or paddling tours down the Tennessee River.

Adventure Sports Innovation | $32.78-$348.51 per person
Take a scooter or electric bike tour of downtown or the “Chattascooter Art Tour” to check out local murals, sculptures, and memorials. Looking for more adventure? Hit the trails on the “Swincar Backcountry” tour.

Chattanooga Guided Tours | $69-$89 per person
Choose from a variety of biking + kayaking tours to see scenic views and learn the history of the area.

Get ghosted

Chattanooga Ghost Tours | $18-$27.95 per person
Take an award-winning walking ghost tour through some of Chattanooga’s most haunted places. Bonus: You can add ghost hunting to the itinerary if you’re feeling brave.

ChattaBOOga Ghost Walk | $18.99-$24.99
Hear scary stories of Chattanooga’s haunted past on a walking tour or the “Ghost & Booze” tour to some of the city’s famously haunted pubs.

What did we miss? If you know a tour that’s not on the list, guide us in the right direction.

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