Tennessee Aquarium

★★★★★
  • 201 Chestnut St

    Chattanooga, TN 37402

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  • 423-785-3019

About Tennessee Aquarium

Hours
Sun. - Thur. 11 a.m. ; 12 noon ; 2 p.m. ; 3 p.m. ; & 5 p.m. 1 p.m. ; 4 p.m.& 6 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m. ; 12 noon ; 2 p.m. ; 3 p.m. ; 5 p.m ; 7 p.m. & 9 p.m. 1 p.m. ; 4 p.m. ; 6 p.m. & 8 p.m.

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The Tennessee Aquarium has one of the best designs that I've seen. It's very easy to navigate with strollers and large groups. It's located in a great spot on the Tennessee River and is convenient to downtown shops. The memberships are a great deal!

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The Tennessee Aquarium has one of the best designs that I've seen. It's very easy to navigate with strollers and large groups. It's located in a great spot on the Tennessee River and is convenient to downtown shops. The memberships are a great deal!

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I went here on a business trip and was quite pleased. It is a very interesting set up in a spiral motion. The aquarium was just newly rennovated when I was there and I have to tell you it was very nice.

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I went here on a business trip and was quite pleased. It is a very interesting set up in a spiral motion. The aquarium was just newly rennovated when I was there and I have to tell you it was very nice.

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We've been to the Imax in Birmingham and the Chattanooga Aquarium IMAX is much Better.

It is 3D and well worth the time and money. We saw the Deep Sea and then went back for the Safari 3D.

Nothinglike watching your kids wearing those glasses and trying to reach out and catch a Jellyfish. haha

I highly recommend this place.

PROS: 3D effects amazing, looks like the jellyfish and sharks are at your nose
CONS: nothing

5
★★★★★

We've been to the Imax in Birmingham and the Chattanooga Aquarium IMAX is much Better.

It is 3D and well worth the time and money. We saw the Deep Sea and then went back for the Safari 3D.

Nothinglike watching your kids wearing those glasses and trying to reach out and catch a Jellyfish. haha

I highly recommend this place.

PROS: 3D effects amazing, looks like the jellyfish and sharks are at your nose
CONS: nothing

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Living in North Georgia, I frequently go up to Chattanooga, Tennessee just to visit the Tennessee Aquarium. I have yet to get tired of the exhibits there. I was especially pleased, though not with the CROWDS, at the first day of the "Venom" exhibit. This was a classic example of how the Aquarium can just really make a great trip.

The "Venom" exhibit that I spoke up featured all kinds of deadly creatures. Some of my favorites that were on display included jelly fish, sharks, stingrays, scorpions, etc.. Yes, the aquarium doesn't just feature water animals, they also have other exhibits as well. The Aquarium was done up in long pillowly tentacles and there were about six school buses the day I went just to see it. I guess I should have waited for the excitement to die down before seeing it, but I braved the lines anyway. Besides, most of the children really wanted to play in the waterponds instead of waiting in line.

The Aquarium has added an IMAX theatre, and you can purchase aquarium tickets, or Imax theatre tickets separately, or as a combo for a reduced price. There is a great gift shop there with gorgeous plush animals, jewelry, books, and anything you can think of. I bought a tree frog :-)

Close by, within walking distance, is tons of shopping places, restaurants, and little quaint shops to interest you in the hours that you have left after leaving the aquarium. Start your visit early and make an entire day out of it. You won't be sorry.

The Tennessee Aquarium is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee and is open every day except Christmas Day and Thanksgiving. Tickets are around $12 adult and $6 for children. Crowds are expected as it did draw a million visitors in the first 6 months it was open. Be warned about that, but also know its so worth it.

PROS: surpasses any aquarium I've been to
CONS: some of the really great exhibits are just limited engagements and aren't a

5
★★★★★

Living in North Georgia, I frequently go up to Chattanooga, Tennessee just to visit the Tennessee Aquarium. I have yet to get tired of the exhibits there. I was especially pleased, though not with the CROWDS, at the first day of the "Venom" exhibit. This was a classic example of how the Aquarium can just really make a great trip.

The "Venom" exhibit that I spoke up featured all kinds of deadly creatures. Some of my favorites that were on display included jelly fish, sharks, stingrays, scorpions, etc.. Yes, the aquarium doesn't just feature water animals, they also have other exhibits as well. The Aquarium was done up in long pillowly tentacles and there were about six school buses the day I went just to see it. I guess I should have waited for the excitement to die down before seeing it, but I braved the lines anyway. Besides, most of the children really wanted to play in the waterponds instead of waiting in line.

The Aquarium has added an IMAX theatre, and you can purchase aquarium tickets, or Imax theatre tickets separately, or as a combo for a reduced price. There is a great gift shop there with gorgeous plush animals, jewelry, books, and anything you can think of. I bought a tree frog :-)

Close by, within walking distance, is tons of shopping places, restaurants, and little quaint shops to interest you in the hours that you have left after leaving the aquarium. Start your visit early and make an entire day out of it. You won't be sorry.

The Tennessee Aquarium is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee and is open every day except Christmas Day and Thanksgiving. Tickets are around $12 adult and $6 for children. Crowds are expected as it did draw a million visitors in the first 6 months it was open. Be warned about that, but also know its so worth it.

PROS: surpasses any aquarium I've been to
CONS: some of the really great exhibits are just limited engagements and aren't a

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The Tennessee Aquarium is a great place for the entire family. Children can see 'Nemo' and play in the outside fountains. Parents can stroll along the outside of the building in the cute little stream. There is something for everyone.

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The Tennessee Aquarium is a great place for the entire family. Children can see 'Nemo' and play in the outside fountains. Parents can stroll along the outside of the building in the cute little stream. There is something for everyone.

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