This nationally-ranked haunt is open every Friday through Sunday until Oct. 28, with additional nights on Oct. 11 and 31. Special ticket discounts are offered right now by purchasing them online at hauntedcavern.com.
For generations, Granny Fletcher has been the caretaker of the Hall of the Lost Dead, a place where beings and creatures who have nowhere else to go call home. This place where her Reapers meet the curse is sure to leave trespassers screaming their way out of the cavern.
New this year is the option to attend the Dr. Shock Movie Nights, offered Sept. 29, Oct. 5 and Halloween. Chattanooga legend Dr. Shock and his sidekick Nurse Goodbody, host Shock Theater, a horror movie night experience 260 feet underground (with visiting monsters). For more info on these tickets or to make reservations, visit the website.
Ruby Falls Haunted Cavern has been named on Rand McNally’s Top 10 national haunt attraction list and is also a Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event again this year. To check out one horrifying website and other info, go to hauntedcavern.com and facebook.com/HauntedCavern.
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Ruby Falls is home to the tallest and deepest underground waterfall accessible to the public in the U.S. It is the first U.S. attraction to have received the dual Green Globe/Green Certification by Green Globe International, Inc. Go to rubyfalls.com for more information.