we are connected.
NEWS FLASH!!! NONSTOP FLIGHTS FROM CHATTANOOGA TO CHICAGO AND NEW YORK START THIS SUMMER via United Airlines.
Highly accessible, Chattanooga is within a days drive for over half of the United States and has an airport less than 20 minutes from our conference.
Coming By Plane?
CHA Chattanooga Airport (13.1 mi – under 20 minute drive) (Allegiant, American Eagle, Delta and U.S. Airways Express)
Nashville International Airport – BNA (150 miles SE) (American Airlines, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, United, US Airways, Air Canada, SeaPort, Vacation Express, Public Charters)
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport – ATL (129 miles NW) (Alaska, American Airlines, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, Spirit, United, US Airways, Air Canada, Air France, British Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, Lufthansa German Airlines, Virgin Atlantic)
Directions to Chattanooga Convention Center & Marriott
From CHA Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport
Take 153 South to Interstate 75 South to Interstate 24 West to Highway 27 North exit 1A. From MLK Boulevard turn right onto Carter Street and hotel is two blocks on the left.
No need to drive, information on ground transportation here.
From Nashville International Airport
Take 40 West to 24 East to Chattanooga, take 27 north to downtown, exit 1-A MLK Blvd turn right, at 1st traffic light turn right onto Carter St. hotel is 2 blocks on the left.
Need a Shuttle? Groome Transportation
Atlanta, GA (ATL) Airport to Chattanooga Marriott Downtown – $42 one way flat rate, plus a $15 drop-off fee (same for return trip)
From Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Take 285 N to 75 N to 24 W to 27N. Exit 1-A onto M L King Blvd. @ 1st traffic light turn right on Carter St. the hotel is 2 blocks on the left.
Need a Shuttle? Groome Transportation
Nashville, TN (BNA) Airport to Chattanooga Marriott Downtown – $42 one way flat rate, plus a $15 drop-off fee (same for return trip)
Chattanooga takes the business/fun relationship seriously
You may have heard of Chattanooga, TN, from the good ol’ song “Chattanooga Choo Choo” by Glenn Miller and his orchestra, or maybe, more recently, for having the fastest internet in the Western Hemisphere. But did you know that in the last four decades Chattanooga has gone through a transformation – overhauling its environmental impacts, fueling their economy with industry leaders, and establishing a strong infrastructure – all the while revitalizing the downtown and making it easier to navigate? Chattanooga is nestled between Appalachian mountains and the beautiful Tennessee river – so when we say Chattanooga is connected, we mean on every level.
Travel Channels, Weekend Guide to Chattanooga.
(to read the full article go here)
What to See & Do
Visible from nearly any spot in Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain offers visitors the unique opportunity to explore nature and history. Located deep within the mountain is Ruby Falls, a 145-foot underground waterfall, accessed by a cave filled with stunning geological formations. Above ground, there is Rock City, a 4,100-foot-long walking trail that takes you on a journey through lush gardens and provides breathtaking views of the Chattanooga Valley. Lookout Mountain is also part of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, which memorializes one of the most decisive battles of the Civil War.
When Chattanoogans envisioned a renaissance for their city more than 2 decades ago, they looked no further than the Tennessee River. It was the inspiration for the opening of the world’s largest freshwater aquarium as well as a saltwater aquarium that was added later to reflect the river water’s eventual journey to the sea.
Located right on the banks of the river, the Tennessee Aquarium is Chattanooga’s most popular attraction, providing visitors the opportunity to go eye to eye with sharks, giant spider crabs, river otters and alligators through attractions like its Special Animal Encounter programs and the Tennessee Aquarium Backstage Pass.
Bluff View Art District
As the name indicates, the Bluff View Art District sits high above the Tennessee River. The neighborhood is filled with restaurants, an art gallery and an outdoor sculpture garden. It is also home to one of Chattanooga’s most popular coffee shops, Rembrandt’s. Adjacent to the Art District is the Hunter Museum of American Art and the historic Walnut Street Bridge, which is now a pedestrian-only bridge connecting Chattanooga’s downtown with the North Shore district.
Chattanooga has some great events going on during your visit—Check them out!
Chattanooga Craft River Market – October 1st
Tennessee Valley Railroads Summerville Steam Special – October 1st
Masters of the Golden Age -Harvey Dunn His Students at the Hunter Museum during your whole stay
3 Sisters Music Festival Riverfront by Tennessee Aquarium evenings September 30th – October 1st
Rock City’s Rocktoberfest German Festival at Rock City with Birds of Prey show starts October 1st
Culture Fest at Chattanooga Market Finley Stadium Sunday
The list will update periodically between now and then and you can check it by following this link: chattanoogafun.com/events