The Warren Municipal Airport serves the city, but flights are not regularly scheduled by major airlines. Unless one is chartering a plane, the only way to enter is by automobile.
Public transportation is non-existent, so a car will be necessary in order to visit any sights not within walking distance.
The historic city square holds most of the sights to be seen in Warren. The turn of the century architecture present in the downtown is a refreshing break from the monotony of suburban America. For the historically minded, the Veterans Museum at 210 N Main street is Bradley county's main historic attraction. One can also see one of the last surviving steam locomotives in the Warren city park, which was used for decades in the timber industry.
One of the more well known establishments in Warren is Molly's Diner, which serves traditional southern lunches, but is not open in the evenings.
Warren is in a dry county, so there are no establishments that sell alcoholic beverages.