Horace Brazelton Exhibit
This summer at Ruby Falls, the remarkable life and contributions of Horace Brazelton (1877 – 1956) are the subject of a free exhibit titled, "Through the Lens: The Life and Legacy of Horace Brazelton." Curated by historian Stefanie Haire, the public exhibit shares the groundbreaking career and empowering community leadership of Horace Maynard Brazelton.
Exhibit Dates: June 7 - September 15Learn More
Breathtaking Ruby Falls was accidentally discovered by Leo Lambert in 1928 deep within Lookout Mountain in Chattanoooga, Tennessee. Leo named the waterfall and cave after his wife, Ruby, and opened the iconic Chattanooga attraction to the public in 1929. Today, Ruby Falls welcomes guests to Lookout Mountain from around the world to enjoy underground cave adventures, spectacular views of the Cumberland Plateau, soaring zip lines and award-winning special events!