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Ruby Falls

Ruby Falls
August 8, 2019 Eric Oneal

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Discover Ruby Falls

Ruby Falls is the nation’s tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public. The breathtaking falls were accidentally discovered by Leo Lambert in 1928 deep within Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Lambert named the falls after his wife, Ruby, and opened the Chattanooga attraction to the public in 1929. Today, Ruby Falls welcomes over half a million visitors each year from around the world. Tour the cavern, see the falls and discover why this unique destination has been named one of the best things to do in Tennessee for over 90 years. Adventure awaits at Ruby Falls!

Enjoy spectacular views of the Cumberland Plateau from Lookout Mountain Tower and Blue Heron Overlook, visit the Village Gift Shop, and grab a bite to eat in the Cavern Cafe while you visit one of the best caves in Tennessee.

Soar above the treetops on High Point ZIP Adventure at Ruby Falls –  featuring a 40-foot climbing tower with five routes of varying difficulty and 700 feet of rushing zip lines!

One of the Southeast’s Must-see Attractions.

In 1928, Leo Lambert and a team of excavators found a breathtaking waterfall located over 1,120 feet below the surface of Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, TN. Lambert named the falls after his wife, Ruby, and opened the area as a public attraction in 1930. Today, Ruby Falls welcomes thousands of visitors each year. Come tour the falls for yourself and see why it has been one of the best Chattanooga attractions for over 85 years.

Explore the cave, falls, views, and grounds of Ruby Falls!

Located over 1120 feet beneath the surface, Ruby Falls is the nation’s largest and deepest waterfall open the public. Hundreds of gallons of water rush over by the minute and amaze visitors.

After your visit to the cave, spend more time enjoying the view from our Lookout Mountain Tower, allow children to play on the playground, visit the gift shops or grab a bite to eat.