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    The Hunter has a great mix of modern and historical American art. They only display about ten percent of their collection at any one time, so we always discover something new on repeat visits. My daughter especially likes the Art-O-Mat in the lobby: A converted cigarette vending machine that dispenses $5 original artworks. I recommend the walk from the North Shore across the Walnut Street Bridge to the Hunter, then down to the Tennessee Aquarium and back across the Market Street Bridge.

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    It’s a good local museum with some intriguing pieces and a great building. The staff were very helpful and eager. My wife and I liked it very much. It’s not like going to the big museums in NYC or anything, but that wasn’t what we were after. The location of the place can’t be beat, right on the river and near the pedestrian bridge.

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    The Hunter is a gorgeous building and worth the price of admission just to experience the inside of the structure, the view of the river, and the tour of the historic mansion. On top of all that you get a contemporary art museum with very interesting rotating exhibits on the second floor and more traditional art in the mansion. So really, there’s a lot here for everyone, lovers of modern and traditional alike. As well as modern architecture and historic structures.

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    A beautiful place to see an exhibit, or host your next event. John was so pleasant to talk with over the phone and truly cares about the success of each event that happens at Hunter. A must see venue and must book venue in Chattanooga.

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    Really nice collection and peacefull place. I liked the several places where you can sit and look around you while reading some available books. There was litterally noone on a sunday afternoon, great find!