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The Ruby Falls online Media Room provides fact sheets, an extensive image gallery, and press releases with information about the newest events, activities, business news and ongoing conservation efforts.  Please note, all information is subject to change.


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Jaclyn Lewis, Public Relations Specialist
1720 S. Scenic Highway
Chattanooga, TN 37409

Press Releases

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LATEST NEWS: Ruby Falls Awards Steiner Scholarship to Outstanding Team Members

​January 9, 2024

The annual scholarship given in honor of former Ruby Falls President, John T. Steiner, Sr, recognizes commitment to academics, leadership and community service. Ruby Falls team members, Molly Cress and Emmanuel Herrera are named this year’s recipients. CONTINUES

LATEST NEWS: Ruby Falls Celebrates 95 Years of Wonder!

December 14, 2023

Ruby Falls kicks off a year-long celebration commemorating the milestone 95th anniversary of the discovery of Ruby Falls. Special activities, events, living art installations, giveaways, the launch of a new event venue and an exhibit are planned. CONTINUES

LATEST NEWS: Ruby Falls Donates Fossils to ETSU Center of Excellence in Palentology

October 26, 2023

Ruby Falls donates Ice Age fossils discovered decades ago in Lookout Mountain Cave to the Grey Fossil Site and Museum and the East Tennessee State University Center of Excellence in Paleontology CONTINUES

LATEST NEWS: Luxury treehouse lodging opens at Ruby Falls

July 13, 2023

New boutique treehouse lodging blends bespoke luxury with rustic design and exceptional amenities in the forest above historic Ruby Falls Castle. CONTINUES

LATEST NEWS: Trailblazing African American photographer highlighted in exhibit June 7 - Sept 15 at Ruby Falls

May 22, 2023

The remarkable life and contributions of Horace Brazelton (1877 - 1956) are the subject of a public exhibit at Ruby Falls this summer, titled, “Through the Lens: The Life and Legacy of Horace Brazelton.” Curated by historian Stefanie Haire, the exhibit shares the groundbreaking career and empowering community leadership of Horace Brazelton. CONTINUES