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Ruby Falls, Tennessee

Ruby Falls is one of the largest underground waterfalls in the world, and one of the top attractions in the southeastern United States. Discovered in 1928 by Leo Lambert, 1,120 feet underground, the 145-foot falls are named after his wife Ruby. They are a truly breathtaking natural wonder to behold, and 2-hour guided tours offer you the chance to view the falls, explore an underground labyrinth of caverns, and learn more about the mesmerizing rock formations that have formed over thousands of years.

Ruby Falls
1720 Lookout Mountain Scenic, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Distance from hotel: 16.40 miles


Daily from 8am - 8pm (Closed Christmas)


  • $17.95 Adults; $9.95 Children (ages 3-12)
  • Ruby Falls ZIPstream Aerial Adventure: $34.95 Adults; $19.95 Children (Ages 6-10)
  • Double Play Packages for Rock City & Ruby Falls: $33.90 Adults; $18.90 Children
  • Triple Play Packages for The Incline, Rock City, & Ruby Falls: $45.90 Adults, $23.90 Children (Ages 3-12)


There are year round Lantern Tours, and different events every season. Visit


  • Tours
  • Hiking
  • Sightseeing
  • Aerial Adventure
  • Photography
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Q. How many people are on the average tour at Ruby Falls?

A. Tour groups vary by size and depart every 15-20 minutes depending on demand. Wait time is minimal.

Q. Can you visit the incline, Lookout Mountain and Ruby Falls in one day?

A. Yes, you can visit the incline, Lookout Mountain and Ruby Falls in one day, but will likely want to start in the morning, by around 10am. Combination tickets are available at a slight discount for all three attractions.

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