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All reviewsnorth shorenice walkcoolidge parkacross the riverdowntown chattanoogalongest pedestrianboth sidesgreat place to walkart museumgreat view of the riverarts districtwalnut streethunter museumstrollbenchesexercisejoggers
The bridge was closed down a good few years ago to vehicles and then it was restored and made into a pedestrian bridge. There are some great views to be had and it’s rather lovely walking without cars beside you. Worth taking the walk definitely.
We were not sure what to expect. Be ready to pay for parking, rather it be on the street or a parking garage. It was a nice stroll and the breeze at the top felt AMAZING! The view was also spectacular. It is free to...More
We visited Chattanooga to celebrate my mom’s 82nd birthday. She was raised there so we went around to many landmarks and old home places in a walk down memory lane. Mom had driven across this bridge many times “back in the day”. She said the...More
We attended Moon River Music Festival at Coolidge Park in September 2018 and we had to cross the bridge to get from parking to the event. It was a little harsh walking that distance in the sun but the views were spectacular. The walk back...More
What a beautiful bridge. It’s a nice walk, safe, and there is shopping restaurants, hotels and sitseeing like the aquarium all within walking distance. It is a great place to bike to as well. A weekend getaway would be beyond your expectations
We took the free shuttle from the visitor center over to the North Shore and then walked back across the bridge. It was a nice walk. There are benches at various points where you can sit and rest but there is no shade. There are...More
The bridge connects the art district to the North Shore areas . On the artsy side you will find the Hunter Art Museum, the Sculpture Garden, shops, ice cream and Pasta! Tony's Pasta Shop and Trattoria to be exact and it is the best Italian...More