A-frames, as they’re known, are designed to make it easy to get into Chattanooga from anywhere.
But the city’s biggest attractions, the A-frame attractions, are still not open.
If you want to visit a lot of the city, it’s important to have some idea of what you’re going to see, so you can plan ahead.
Here are the basics of visiting a-frame sites.
The A-Frames: Chattanooga’s most famous tourist attractions, which were built in the 1950s, are Cabrini Green and The A-Frames Museum, both in the former Biltmore Hotel site.
The two museums are open from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
The second attraction, The American A-Bar, is a collection of furniture, jewelry, and other artifacts from around the world.
The American Bar Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9 a.k. to 2 p.d.
Admission is $10.50 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under.
There’s a second attraction called The Afteregg, which is open from 8 a.d., through mid-March.
It’s free, but you have to get up at least 10 minutes early to enter the entrance.
You can also take the metro to the nearby Chattahoochee Riverfront Park.
Chattahooches A-Fires: The oldest building in Chattanooga, the American Aftergs Museum is located on the eastern end of Majestic, near the Tennessee River.
There’s an entrance fee of $3, and you can enter the building via the old railroad tracks that cross the river.
After the entrance, there’s a parking lot and several trails.
If you’re coming from the downtown area, the metro station is on the south side of the road, about 2.5 miles from Majestic.
A-Frame Tours: If you’re planning to visit the Aftregg or the American Bar, it might be worth checking out A-framed tours.
They are a great way to get an idea of the sites and sights of Chattanooga.
The AFTeregg Tour is the best way to see both of these attractions, though it does require an A-ticket.
The American AFF tour starts at the American bar museum, but the tour is $12.50, and it’s best for groups of four.
Tour guides at the AFTregg Museum also have tips on how to best get around the sites.
For more information, check out Chattanooga’s Guide to the Aftseries.