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Chattanooga Flower Festivals

One of the best things about living in the Chattanooga area is the close proximity to some of the country’s best flower festivals! As springtime starts to bud, the flowers in the area start to blossom and the drab, brown world we had become accustomed to in the winter suddenly becomes a stunning array of bright and happy colors.

If you are a lover of these sweet and gorgeous blooms, taking advantage of all that the area has to offer is an absolute must. Here are some of the best festivals just a short drive away from the Chattanooga area.

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Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival

Now in its 11th year, the Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival has been drawing crowds who love the blossoming pink beauties and celebrating Japanese culture and heritage.

Cherry trees, also known as sakura, have long been a symbol of U.S.-Japan friendship and the city of Nashville has been planting cherry trees throughout the city since 2009 as a reminder of the friendship. Fun Fact: There are 1,000 cherry trees in Nashville and visitors can see their blooming pink flowers every spring. Not able to make it to the festival this year, click here for a virtual tour.

For more information on the festival, click here.
Drive Time: 2 hours from Chattanooga

chattanooga flower festivals

Atlanta Dogwood Festival

The dogwood tree is best known for its delicate flowers and scent and visitors flock to the Atlanta Dogwood Festival to celebrate the prized beauties. In true Atlanta style, as the dogwoods bloom, the festival entertains visitors with art, music, and, of course, food! Held every April, and now in its 83rd year, the festival is fun for the whole family.

For more information on the festival, click here.
Drive Time: 2 hours from Chattanooga

chattanooga flower festivals

Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage

Spring in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park may be just as magical as fall. As the rainy and snowy winter months give way to longer, warmer days, the wildflowers begin to bloom and shower the mountain with bursts of color.

The Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage offers guided tours, exhibits, and lots of other educational opportunities at various locations throughout the region.

For more information on the festival, click here.
Drive Time: 2 hours from Chattanooga

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