Dog Friendly Tours in Chattanooga, TN

There are 3 dog friendly tours in Chattanooga. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Chattanooga.

Pet Friendly Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc
Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc Named one of the top ten ghost tours in the country by TripAdvisor, Chattanooga Ghost Tours, Inc will chill you with documented tales of the city's restless dead, as well as show you the best places to take ghost pictures, and share some of the city's most entertaining history, as well. Tours start nightly at the downtown side of the Walnut Street Bridge and end at the Read House. Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans on the tours. See Details
Pet Friendly Ghost City Tours
Ghost City Tours Bring Fido along to see Chattanooga's spooky side with Ghost City Tours. Choose from the Haunted History Tour, appropriate for all ages, or the Adults Only Chattanooga Tour. Your pup is welcome on both walking tours. Just keep your dog on a leash at all times. Tours begin at the Walnut Street Bridge where your guide will be waiting for you 15 minutes prior to tour start time. See Details
Chattanooga's Scenic City Scavenger Hunt Tour Chattanooga's Scenic City Scavenger Hunt Rout is pet-friendly. Walk from landmark to landmark to discover art, culture and history. Search plaques, statues and art to solve riddles that can only be found on location. If you can't find the answer, they'll guide you to the next location. Leashed pups are welcome to take part in this app-led hunt that can be completed at any time. See Details
Tunnel Hill Heritage Center & Museum Tunnel Hill Heritage Center & Museum is pet-friendly. Explore a true engineering marvel: the Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel. Completed in 1850, it was the first major railroad tunnel in the South and the first through the Appalachian Mountains. Take the guided tour to see original drill marks made during the construction of the tunnel and see where the Civil War’s “Great Locomotive Chase” came through in 1862. Leashed dogs are welcome on grounds and private tours. Tunnel Hill Heritage Center & Museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm. See Details