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River Gallery, Chattanooga

(4.5/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • Up on the bluffs above Chattanooga are several restaurants, museums, and this charming art gallery. It features sculptures, paintings of various types, glass work, ceramics, jewelry, just about any me...  more »
  • We took a leisurely walk after a late lunch and toured this scenic garden full of sculpture exhibits by famous artists. Our favorite was the Allan Houser "Mother's Little Boy" This garden is well desi...  more »
  • Although small in size it's a great garden to relax at, and appreciate the abundant art. Some sculptures are rather odd, but some are also outstanding. The view of the river, and Maclellan Island are ...  more »
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  • Lots of beautiful and freely accessible art. Close to a lovely area of town. But be aware that it can be very hot, as there is little shade to utilize. Also it's a rather noisey place, too, as it's right along a busy road/bridge. It would probably be pleasant in the evening--but check their hours.
  • saturday the hunter museum and surroundings were crowded with prom goers wanting to have their pictures made with the nice area at the museum. so we walked over to the river gallery area and one of the girls sat down on a bench. the lady in the shop came out telling us that there was no photography allowed unless we purchased a photography pass. What? so instead of having your building photographed by our professional photographer, you had to be rude. thats okay. your stuff may be nice, but you are not ma'am. keep you snotty business