Chattanooga Hop Trolley Tour

Coming Spring 2017! Enjoy Chattanooga at your own pace on the Chattanooga Hop - a hop on/hop off trolley tour with stops at iconic attractions and points of interest in the Scenic City! Hop aboard for a 75 minute guided tour with our expert drivers and hop off at any one of our 12 stops along the route including the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway, Tennessee Aquarium, Northshore, Bluff View Art District, Hunter Museum of American Art, Riverwalk Sculpture Garden, Moonpie General Store, Chattanooga Visitors Center, AT&T Field, Children's Creative Discovery Museum, and more!

tour type trolley
Tour operates Daily from 10am-5pm. First tour departs Stop #1 at the Chattanooga Choo Choo at 10am. Last tour departs Stop #1 at 4pm.
$25 Adults, 1 Child FREE with Adult; Additional Children Ages 6-11 are $12
Take the 75 minute guided tour or hop on/off for two full days during operating hours! If online booking is not available, please call us at 1-800-251-1864 to check availability.
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The Tour



Chattanooga Choo Choo

Trolley departs Stop #1 at 10am and approximately every 30-40 minutes until 4pm. The last tour departs Stop #1 at 4pm and returns by 5:30pm.

This stop features the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo, Tennessee Stillhouse, Frothy Monkey, Station Street, Songbirds Guitar Museum, and so much more!

Warehouse Row

Stop #2 is at the bus stop on Warehouse Row-Market Street directly in front of J. Crew. This stop features some fantastic eating and shopping! Tupelo Honey Cafe, Amanda Pinson Jewelry, Public House, Lululemon, and more!

Hunter Museum of American Art

This stop is a highlight for those art fans hopping on board! Featuring the Hunter Museum of American Art, Houston Museum, Access to the Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge, the Tennessee Riverwalk, and more!

Stop is located in the roundabout directly in front of the Hunter Museum of American Art.

Bluff View Art District

Not too far from Stop #3, this stop features the Riverwalk Sculpture Garden, Back Inn Cafe, Martin House, and so much more!

Stop is located directly in front of the Bluff View Bakery on Spring Street.


This stop features something for everyone! Great local food joints, unique boutiques, a Carousel designed by art students, and Coolidge Park to relax and enjoy Clumpies Ice Cream, a local Chattanooga favorite treat.

You can even get on the Walnut Street Pedestrian bridge and walk back over to Stop #3, Hunter Museum of American Art!

Tennessee Aquarium

Hop off to explore the Tennessee Aquarium, Broad Street, Ghost Tours, Cheeburger, Cheeburger, Puckett's and so much more! This is also the ideal stop for Blue Plate and the Tennessee Riverwalk.

Stop is located at the corner of Aquarium Way and Broad Street next to the brick bench at the bus stop.

Chattanooga Visitors Center

Hop off to learn more about Chattanooga from the experts at the Chattanooga Visitors Center. This stop also features High Point Climbing Gym, the IMAX, and access to Chestnut Street Hotels.

Stop is directly in front of Chattanooga Visitors Center on Chestnut Street

AT&T Field/Children's Creative Discovery Museum

Hop off to see the baseball stadium at AT&T Field, or learn and explore at the Children's Creative Discovery Museum - not just for children, plenty of adults enjoy this museum as well!

This stop is located at the corner of Power Alley and 3rd Street and is an ideal hop on point for hotels located on Power Alley.

Moonpie General Store

Chattanooga is home to the Moonpie so you know we could not have a hop on/off tour in this amazing city without a stop at the Moonpie General Store! You can't leave Chattanooga without trying this tasty treat. This stop also features the iGNis Glass Studio, Maple Street Biscuit Company, Jack's Alley and more!

Stop is at the Broad & 4th Bus Stop.

Chattanooga Convention Center

This stop features easy access to the Chattanooga Convention Center, the Chattanoogan Hotel, the Staybridge Suites, and Coker Tire. Coker Tire has a huge collection of antique cars, motorcycles, and even a few planes and they offer free tours at 10am and 2pm Monday thru Friday.

Stop is directly in front of Staybridge Suites on 13th Street.

International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame

It all started more than 20 years ago when a group of dedicated towing professionals, the Friends of Towing, decided to recognize outstanding individuals in the towing and recovery industry worldwide, record the industry’s history, collect and display artifacts and memorabilia in a museum setting, and provide information about the industry to the public. The first Hall of Fame class consisted of 27 members and today has grown to include over 300 distinguished towing professionals.

This stop may not have been something you thought about seeing before - but trust us, there is so much to see!

Lookout Mountain Incline Railway/St. Elmo's Historic District

Hop off the trolley and hop aboard the Incline Railway to get to the top of Lookout Mountain! Featuring one of the best views of Chattanooga this is an attraction not to be missed! While there, check out Clumpies Ice Cream and explore some of the unique local shops and eateries!