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Super 8 by Wyndham Chattanooga Lookout Mountain TN has great access to I-24 and numerous nearby attractions for day guests to explore. There are natural delights such as Ruby Falls or the Tennessee Aquarium, and great museums exhibiting everything from art to history to trucks.
Dining Options – Just down the road there’s the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, or the Waffle House, for convenient places to grab some good. Further to the east there’s a cluster of other restaurants. Barbecue fans can check out The Purple Daisy Picnic Café for some great down to earth fare, and marine meals can be enjoyed at the 1885 Grill seafood restaurant. If Asian cuisine tickles your fancy, give Sawasdee Thai Restaurant a look.
Amazing Animals – Day visitors can stroll around a couple of wildlife attractions within walking distance of one another. The Chattanooga Zoo is a cozy home to exotic creatures from every corner of the planet, whilst the waterfront Tennessee Aquarium houses aquatic life from both sea- and saltwater environments, including animals and birds, plus interactive shows and cruises.
Ruby Falls – A short way to the east is the memorable Ruby Falls. This stunningly beautiful slice of nature is a subterranean 145 foot waterfall, within the heart of a limestone cavern inside Lookout Mountain.
- Magnificent Museums – There are over a dozen museums to explore within the vicinity, including the Battles For Chattanooga Museum (covering the Civil War history of the area), and the Hunter Museum of American Art, which exhibits artworks dating from the colonial era to contemporary America.
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Seasonal outdoor pool.