Ruby Falls Celebrates 95 Years with New Tour, Exhibit

In celebration of the 95th anniversary of the discovery of the Ruby Falls waterfall, the attraction on Lookout Mountain has introduced two new experiences that you’re going to want to check out this summer!

Ruby Falls Celebrates 95 Years with New Tour, Exhibit
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Ruby Falls on Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, TN, just over the Georgia border, is a site to behold. This awesome attraction lets you descend 260-feet by glass-front elevator to see ancient cave formations along the cavern trail to the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public in the United States.

And now…you can learn even more about this awesome attraction with the introduction of two new historical experiences.

The newly created guided History Tour and the exhibit, “Celebrating 95 Years of Wonder,” will both share lesser-known facts and anecdotes from the 95-year history of Ruby Falls.

First, the “Celebrating 95 Years of Wonder” exhibit will take a look at the cultural impact that Ruby Falls has had over the past 95 years. From its accidental discovery in 1928 to the park’s role in shaping the Great American Road Trip, this new exhibit features vintage postcards, memorabilia, newspaper clippings and rare photos.

“Celebrating 95 Years of Wonder” is open now through October 20, 2024 and is FREE to all Ruby Falls guests.

Next, the History Tour is a specialty tour focusing on the history and lore of Ruby Falls. With a limited group size and extended time at the waterfall, the cave adventure showcases stories of legendary events and happenings from its 95-year history.

The History Tour has limited availability, and purchasing tickets online several days in advance is recommended. The History Tour is recommended for guests ages 12 and older. History Tour tickets are $39.95.

In addition to the cave tours at Ruby Falls, you’ll also find lantern tours, ziplining in the summer months, dining at the Castle Cafe, and treehouse retreats if you want to stay the night.

Ruby Falls is located about 2 hours from Atlanta. Want to learn more? Check out our article, Ruby Falls: A Breathtaking Natural Wonder in Chattanooga You’ve Got To See!

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Ruby Falls Celebrates 95 Years with New Tour, Exhibit