Come photograph one of Chattanooga’s unique places
You don’t have to be a Chattanooga native to know about Ruby Falls. Alongside the billboards encouraging you to “See Rock City,” you’ll often find a similar suggestion for Ruby Falls, always accompanied by a beautiful photograph of the attraction’s namesake. If you’ve ever seen those photos and thought you’d like to take a (literal) shot at it yourself, Ruby Falls has the perfect opportunity for you.
For the eighth year in a row, Ruby Falls brings Foto at the Falls, an exciting event for those who love photography. Ruby Falls has created a tour designed with photographers in mind, with specialized opportunities to take unique photos of the Ruby Falls cave and waterfall. This includes an extended session in the Falls Room, so participants will have the opportunity to find the perfect shot.
Photographers of all levels are welcome on the tour, so whether you’re a seasoned photographer or want an incredible opportunity for a first photography experience, Ruby Falls has got you covered.
“We had been wanting to create a tour that would allow photo enthusiasts a chance to really photograph the cave and have more time at the waterfall,” said Hollie Baranick, Tours and Special Projects manager for the falls. “By creating a tour especially for photography, we have allowed our guests to really be able to stop and enjoy the scenery, set up a tripod, and use different settings on their camera without feeling the pressure of moving on for groups behind them.”
Reservations can be made online at rubyfalls.com/foto-at-falls