Chattanooga, TN – Tennessee Aquarium – Ocean Journey (Part 3)

During Spring Break 2019, we traveled down to Chattanooga. While there, we enjoyed the scenic views of Lookout Mountain. We also visited Ruby Falls, the Tennessee Aquarium, and the Chattanooga Zoo. We also looked for ghosts and ghouls on a ghost tour. Enjoy our spring break/ 20th wedding anniversary trip.

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Rivers Journey – Tennessee Aquarium

After finishing up at River Journey, we went and got some fries and a drink. My blood sugar was off at that moment so I needed sugar and complex carbs. While Hubby finished off the snack, I took photos of the area.

I’m going to leave the map of the campus up so you can see how it is set up.

In the Ocean Journey, you take 2 escalators up to the top floor instead of one. The view from the top floor.

Once we got to the top floor, there were lemurs and a tortoise exhibit which was cool.

They had a sting ray petting area on the top floor.

The flowers around the lemur area and the sting rays were gorgeous. It bothered Hubby so he had to get out of the area.

Also on the top floor was a butterfly garden. So gorgeous.

Some random shots from the top floor.

On the second floor, the first exhibit was the penguin exhibit. They had gentoo and macaroni penguins.

Enjoying the shark cage exhibit.

Various photos from the boneless beauties area of the aquarium.

There was a pop up dome at the Japanese spider crabs display. We enjoyed taking photos of us in the dome. A couple of little girls were excited and waving to me while I was in the dome so I was waving back to them.

There was an exhibit called the Secret Reef. Hubby enjoyed watching the animals swimming around the tank. If we had gotten there earlier, he would have stayed around and just watched the fish, sharks, and sea turtles.

Other random shots from the Tennessee Aquarium.

Join me next time for our visit to downtown Chattanooga.

Have a magical day,
Traci

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