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Spring Features

Springtime on Lookout Mountain brings an abundance of color, warm sunshine, and gorgeous views. Take in everything going on around Lookout Mountain and Chattanooga this Spring. 

Upcoming Events at Rock City

  • Shamrock City - March 14, 15, 21, & 22 - Looking for the luck of the Irish? Rock City's annual Irish celebration and festival includes live Irish music, Irish jig lessons, Irish food and specialty beer, costumed characters and fun for the whole family! 
  • EarthDayz - April 18, 19, 25, & 26 - Join us at Rock City Gardens during this naturally fun outdoor event ... learn to use recycled materials, be mesmerized when Vines and Trees come to life with methodical movements, create a flower flair and see how art and nature enhance each other. 
  • Southern Blooms Festival - May 9, 10, 16, & 17 - Come see Rock City in all of its spring glory as we honor our original gardener, Frieda Utermoehlen Carter during the Southern Blooms Festival and Founder's Day Celebration. 

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Lula Lake Open Gate Days

Lula Lake offers hiking trails, waterfalls, and breathtaking scenery nearby on Lookout Mountain. To protect and preserve the land, access to the general public is only offered on the first and last Saturdays of each month Dec - April and the first and last weekends from May - November. Reservations are required to visit. Learn More...

National Medal of Honor Heritage Center

Newly opened in downtown Chattanooga is the National Medal of Honor Heritage Center. The Heritage Center serves as an engaging storyteller that shares real-life experiences of Medal of Honor recipients on their infamous day when they demonstrated extraordinary heroism under the most difficult circumstances. Visit the Battles for Chattanooga Museum and Point Park to further learn about the battles in and around Chattanooga that took place during the Civil War and where many Medals of Honor were awarded. Learn More...


Chattanooga's City-Wide explosion of color in spring - an 8 week celebration of art, artists, and the blooming of color in spring. Every week you'll find events and destinations designed to stimulate the senses and bring new color and energy into the city. Learn More...

Chattanooga Market

Opens April 25 & 26 then every Sunday through the fall. Held on Chattanooga's Southside at First Tennessee Pavilion, the Chattanooga Market is grea collection of local vendors featuring farmers, food artisans, local and regional artists and crafters. Admission to the market is free! Learn More...

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