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    Ocoee Whitewater Rafting – Outland Expeditions

    423-478-1442 or 1-800-827-1442
    Outland Expeditions (www.outlandexpeditions.com) invites you to raft the Ocoee River, one of the top ten white water rivers in the United States. Nestled amongst the trees between Bradley and Polk County, Tenn., 15 minutes from the river, our adventure river rafting outpost and family of dedicated staff members is ready to make your adventure vacation dreams come true.

    2011 Rates:

    Weekdays $25 tax and fees.
    *Just make sure they mention they are here at Teen Talent with Lee University and it’ll be tax exempt and only $25 a person! Feel free to call with any questions!

    Chattanooga Lookouts Baseball Game

    Main Office: (423) 267-2208
    Box Office: (423) 267-4849
    Main Office Fax: (423) 267-4258
    lookouts@lookouts.com

    General Admission Seating

    • Groups of 25 or more qualify for $2 General Admission tickets. To reserve your group in advance, a $50 deposit is required. 
    • Upper & Lower Box Seating
      • Groups of 25 or more qualify for $4 Upper Box and $6 Lower Box discounted tickets. To reserve your group in advance, a $50 deposit is required. Tickets must be paid in full and picked up 24 hours prior to the day of the game. 
       
    • Meal Voucher
      • Meal vouchers can be purchased in addition to any group order. The voucher includes one hot dog and small soda for only $5. 
       
    • Picnics
      • Have your group out to enjoy a day at AT&T Field and have a picnic while you're here! We have two areas where your group of 25 or more can enjoy a pre-game meal and then take in the game. The Picnic Pavilion is located in right field and can accommodate up to 160 people. The pavilion is covered for shade and shelter and offers a scenic view of downtown Chattanooga. This is a great place to catch foul balls and home runs hit to right field, so be sure to bring your glove! The Baseline BBQ area is located down the left field line and is designated for smaller groups. This area can accommodate up to 120 people and is a great place to catch foul balls. The Baseline BBQ offers picnic tables with large overhead umbrellas.
       
    • Picnic Prices
      • Both Picnic Areas $18/Person:
       
    • This ticket includes admission, game ticket & full picnic menu. A deposit of $450 is required to reserve your picnic. Final payment must be made 1 week in advance. Tickets not picked up by this time will be mailed.

    *There are no refunds or exchanges for tickets. Numbers cannot be decreased after tickets are released, and can only be increased subject to availability.
    *Please contact John Q. at (423) 267-2208, ext. 141, for more menu options (prices may vary).


    Southern Belle Riverboat Cruises

    201 Riverfront Parkway, Pier 2
    Chattanooga, TN 37402-1616
    (423) 266-4488 or (800)766-2784
    http://www.chattanoogariverboat.com/

    Welcome to the pride of the South and one of the best Chattanooga attractions: the Southern Belle Riverboat! Take a great Chattanooga cruise along the scenic Tennessee River while enjoying one of our fabulous dinner cruises, daily lunch cruises or daytime sightseeing cruise. This is a vacation experience you won’t want to miss!

    Call (800) 766-2674 for reservations.


    Coolidge Park

    150 River Street

    A delightful downtown park on Chattanooga's Northshore waterfront, Coolidge Park features a beautifully restored 100-year-old carousel, a pavilion, an interactive play fountain, and lots of open space. No pets are allowed at this park.

    Carousel Hours (during the school year):

    • Monday–Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; & Sundays, 1 p.m.–6 p.m. (ES)
    • Summer Hours (when the school year ends), Friday of Memorial Day
      • Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; & Sundays, 1-6:30 p.m.
       
    • General Admission: $1 per person

    Fountain Hours:

    • 8 a.m.-10:30 p.m., 7 days a week.


    A few rules to keep in mind when visiting the fountain at Coolidge Park:

    • No pets
    • No water balloons, water guns, or other toys allowed
    • No skates, skateboards, scooters, or bicycles allowed
    • Toddlers must wear swim diapers
    • Footwear is recommended
    • Never leave child(ren) unattended

    Hunter Museum of American Art

    10 Bluff View Chattanooga, TN 37403
    Phone: (423) 267-0968
    Fax: (423) 267-9844
    www.huntermuseum.org

    • Group Rates (10 or more)
    • Adults (self-guided) $8
    • Adults (guided) $11
    • School K-12 (self-guided) Free
    • School K-12 (guided) $4 
    • School PreK-2 Studio Tours $5 
    • College Students (with ID) $10 (College students receive a pass that is good for an entire year for trips to the Museum.) 
      • Those wishing to book a college tour should contact Adera Causey, Curator of Education, at acausey@huntermuseum.org.
       

    The Lost Sea

    (423) 337-6616
    www.thelostsea.com/index.htm
    Stroll through an 18th century village, explore huge fascinating caverns, and then float across America’s largest underground lake! Find yourself, your friends, and your family at the Lost Sea Adventure. It’s an adventure that memories are made of at America's largest underground lake, located in beautiful Sweetwater, Tennessee. We are open every day of the year for tours (except Christmas Day). Be sure to bring your camera, and be prepared for an unforgettable experience! We also host a Wild Cave Tour for organizations such as Schools, Camps, Churches, and Scouts. Check out our web site, and come visit us soon!

    Hours:

    • (May, Jun, Aug) 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
     

    Ruby Falls

    1720 Lookout Mountain Scenic Highway
    Chattanooga, TN 37409-1163
    (423) 821-2544
    www.rubyfalls.com/
    Join us on Lookout Mountain to gasp at the remarkable beauty of Ruby Falls. On your way to the waterfall, enjoy the many geological wonders located throughout the cave. After your tour, be sure and take in the many scenic views from the top of the Lookout Mountain Tower. Ruby Falls is a must stop for any trip to or through the Chattanooga Area.

    Please call in advance for groups of 15 or more, so we may serve you promptly. Toll free: 800-755-7105

    (July) 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

    • Individual Rates
    • Adult - $16.95
    • Children (5-12) - $7.95
    • Net Group Rates*
    • Adult - $14.95
    • Children (through 12) - $6.50

    *These rates apply to groups of 15 or more. Reservations are requested. Complimentary admission for tour escorts and bus drivers.

    Rock City

    1400 Patten Road
    Lookout Mountain, GA 30750-2600
    (706) 820-2531
    www.seerockcity.com

    Rock City will amaze you...it's in our nature! Located atop Lookout Mountain, just 6 miles from downtown Chattanooga, Rock City is a true marvel of nature featuring massive ancient rock formations, gardens with over 400 native plant species, and breathtaking "See 7 States" panoramic views. Take an unforgettable journey along the Enchanted Trail where each step reveals natural beauty and wonders along the woodland path. Experience the magic of Fairyland Caverns and Mother Goose Village, visit one of our regional gift shops, and dine at the Big Rock Grill. Rock City is splendid year-round. "Each season there's a new reason to visit!"
    Advance reservations are required to receive a group discount. Please make your reservations as far in advance as possible. Call us toll free at 877-820-0759 to make reservations or use our online reservation request form below. Reservations are based upon availability at; www.seerockcity.com/pages/Reservation-Request

    Ruby Falls Lookout Mountain Attractions

    Rock City Gardens

    • Adult $15 $43
    • Child (ages 3-18) $7 $22

    Lookout Mountain Attractions

    Battles for Chattanooga Museum

    Enchanted Garden of Lights

    • Adult $17 $43 $5.50 $17
    • Child (Ages 3-18) $9 $22 $3.50 $9

    Mayfield Dairy

    4 Mayfield Lane
    Athens, TN 37303
    1-800-MAYFIELD (629-3435)
    www.mayfielddairy.com/
    *Reservations recommended for groups of 8 or more.
    Hours:

    • Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (last tour begins at 4 p.m.) 
    • Saturday: 9 a.m.–2 p.m. (last tour begins at 1 p.m.) 
    • Closed Sunday

    Tivoli Theatre

    709 Broad Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402-1833
    (423) 757-5050‎

    Creative Discovery Museum

    321 Chestnut Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37402
    (423) 756-2738
    info@cdmfun.org
    Creative Discovery Museum is recognized as one of the premier hands-on children's museums in the region. Gather the young and young-at-heart and make plans now to visit us at Creative Discovery Museum. Whether it's for a couple of hours or a whole day, time spent at the Museum is sure to be worthwhile learning for the whole family.

    Description Adult Child (ages 2-12)

    • Creative Discovery Museum $10.95 $10.95
    • Military Price with ID $7.95 $7.95
    • Show your Aquarium ticket stub discount $8.95 $8.95

    Tennessee Aquarium

    www.tnaqua.org
    201 Chestnut St
    Chattanooga, TN 37402-1014
    (423) 265-0695
    <webmaster@tnaqua.org
    The Tennessee Aquarium is the highest rated aquarium in the USA and one of America’s top ten tourist attractions for overall guest satisfaction! Enjoy a remarkable journey with 10,000 animals. See 3D IMAX movies in the only Chattanooga movie theater with a six-story screen. Ride the River Gorge Explorer, the most thrilling Chattanooga riverboat cruise. The Tennessee Aquarium is ranked #1 for Chattanooga attractions. Your Tennessee Aquarium experience, which will take at least two hours, includes admission to both River Journey and Ocean Journey. For express entry, purchase tickets in advance or become a Tennessee Aquarium member. Add an IMAX movie for just $5! Group discounts are available for groups of 10 or more with advance reservations. Whether you're a scout leader, a schoolteacher, or planning a family reunion, we have several discount packages available. We also have sleepovers at the Aquarium, box lunch options, and for ideas for planning your trip. See rates below.
    Call us toll free at 800-262-0695 to make reservations or register online.
    The reservation phone lines are open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. EST, Monday - Friday. Or send us an email to receive information about the Aquarium regarding your specific outing. School group rates are available.


    TICKET PRICES AND VALUE PACKAGES
    Aquarium
    (Includes both River Journey & Ocean Journey buildings)
    $22.50 adult / $ 13.95 child
    Regular $24.95 and $14.95

    IMAX 3D Theater
    (One 45 min. movie) $7.75 adult / $5.50 child
    Regular $8.50 and $6
    River Gorge Explorer
    (Excursions last 2 hours. Please allow 10 min. for loading and disembarking.) $26.50 adult / $19 child (3-12) / $18 (under 3)
    Regular $29, $21.50 and $18

    Aquarium/IMAX Discount Combo
    (Aquarium and one IMAX movie.) $27.50 adult / $18.95 child
    Regular $29.95 and $19.95
    Aquarium/River Gorge Explorer Combo
    (Aquarium and 2 hour boat excursion.) $43.95 adult / $30.50 child (3-12) /
    $18 (under 3)
    Regular $48.95, $32.95 and $18
    Aquarium/IMAX/ River Gorge Explorer Combo
    (Aquarium, one IMAX movie and 2 hour boat excursion.) $48.95 adult / $35.50 child (3-12) /
    $18 (under 3)
    Regular $53.95, $37.95 and $18
    IMAX/River Gorge Explorer Combo
    (One IMAX movie and 2 hour boat excursion.) $31.50 adult / $24 child (3-12) /
    $18 (under 3)
    Regular $34, $26.50 and $18

    Lookout Mountain Inclined Railway
    3518 S. Broad Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37409
    800-825-8366
    www.lookoutmountain.com

    On November 16, 1895, the railroad known today simply as "The Incline" opened, rising up the steepest part of Lookout Mountain. Built by John Crass and the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway Company, this technical marvel boasted an incline of 72.7%, making it the steepest passenger Incline in the world. Literally millions of residents and tourists have taken this ride up to the top of Lookout Mountain. By 1900, the success of this railway had closed down all of its competitors.
    Group Rates*
    Adult: $11 round trip
    Youth (ages 3-17): $6 round trip
    For additional group information & reservations, contact us
    Phone: 423-821-4224
    Fax: 423-821-9444
    *Group Rate Requirements
    Minimum of 20 paying passengers with one person paying for entire group.
    Special Pre-Arranged Meal Menus available for groups. Call Incline Concessions at 423-821-4454 for more information on group meals.
    Summer: (Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day)
    8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
    Last round trip leaves at 8:50 p.m.
    Last one-way trip leaves at 9:10 p.m.


    Chattanooga Zoo
    301 North Holtzclaw Avenue
    Chattanooga, TN 37404
    zoo@chattzoo.org
    Phone: 423-697-1322 or 423-697-1319
    Fax: 423-697-1329
    Special rates are available to groups of 15 or more who make a reservation at least three days prior to visiting. For more information, visit the Group Sales page or call the Admissions Office at 423.697.1319.

    Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
    4119 Cromwell Road,
    Chattanooga, TN‎ 37421-2164
    (423) 894-8028‎
    www.tvrail.com

    Chattanooga Ducks
    21 West 28th Street
    Chattanooga, TN 37408-3026
    (423) 756-3825
    chattanoogaducks.com

    Just when you think you’ve seen it all from land, we will splash into the Tennessee River for the unforgettable views of Chattanooga’s Riverfront and Maclellan Island. This isn’t just a tour; it’s an adventure! You will board an authentic renovated WWII amphibious landing vehicle for a narrated tour of downtown Chattanooga.

    Booker T. Washington State Park
    5801 Champion Road
    Chattanooga, TN 37416-1614
    (423) 894-4955
    www.tn.gov/environment/parks/BookerTWashington

    Situated on the shores of scenic Chickamauga Lake not far from the city of Chattanooga is 353-acre Booker T. Washington State Park. The park is named in honor of the famous leader, Booker Taliaferro Washington. Washington was born into slavery at Hale's Ford, Va., but with great determination he secured an education and went on to become one of our great Americans. He is perhaps best known as a former president of the Tuskegee Institute, a black organization for higher education.



    [Summer Conferences]


    Throughout the summer, Lee University hosts over 10,000 camp attendees from all across the country. Whether the camp is one of Lee’s own camps, or one of the many that rent our campus for a week during the summer, Lee’s campus is sure to be packed with guests from all over.

    The ages of camp participants range from elementary school to high school, allowing everyone to find a camp they will enjoy.