Ruby Falls
Lookout Mountain

Ruby Falls 
1720 South Scenic Hwy                                                                     
Chattanooga, TN 37409
423-821-2544    
                                           

www.RubyFalls.com

One of Chattanooga's oldest and favorite attractions, Ruby Falls has been thrilling visitors for over 75 years. Guided tours begin with a 260-foot elevator descent into the heart of Lookout Mountain where you're immersed in a world filled with rock formations and a towering underground waterfall over 1,100 feet underground. Tours end at the top of the Cavern Castle where visitors can enjoy the view from the Lookout Mountain Tower, browse the gift shop, pan for gemstones, or enjoy a meal while the kids play on the Fun Forest Playground.

Hours: 8am-8pm everyday (except Christmas).

Cost: $14.95 Adults/ $6.95 Children (ages 3-12)

Tour Availability: Every 10-15 minutes based on demand.

Walking Distance: The Ruby Falls tour is approximately  4/5 of a mile. Tour is on a paved level pathway with only a couple of gradual slopes. There are just a few steps on the pathway each paired in sets of 4-5 with handrails provided..

Accessibility: The Ruby Falls entrance building is handicap accessible; regretfully the cave tour is not accessible due to narrow passages, two way traffic, and steps. 

Child Carriers/Strollers: Due to some narrow passages, strollers are not permitted on the cave tour. For infants we recommend front carriers.

Pets: Due to health guidelines pets are not allowed on the Ruby Falls tour. The are 4 new, shaded, fenced kennel areas available at no charge. Special considerations are taken for service animals.

Cameras/Video Recorders: Both Cameras and Video Recorders are allowed on the Ruby Falls tour. Along the way you will have many excellent opportunities to record the many unusual wonders.

Don't miss the Haunted Cavern every October. www.hauntedcavern.com

Directions: Ruby Falls is conveniently located on Lookout Mountain and is just minutes from downtown Chattanooga. Exits 174, 175 and 178 off of Interstate 24 will lead you to us. Parking is FREE.

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