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Rock City Gardens

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1400 Patten Rd, Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

(706) 820-2531

Today: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
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General Info
Located atop Lookout Mountain, Rock City is a true marvel of nature featuring massive ancient rock formations, gardens with over 400 native plant species, and breathtaking "See 7 States" panoramic views.
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travelers checks, all major credit cards, amex, check, debit, discover, invoicing available, master card, visa
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Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Parking: Self, On Site, Free

Bike Parking: Yes


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If you're into rock formations, Rock City is the place to go! There are all kinds of rocks to see when you walk through the trail. There is a cavern full of storybook themed scenes and a deer sanctuary. Rock City is a very relaxing place.



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Great Memories

I took my three kids to do the whole Rock City, Ruby, Incline, Aquarium, and IMAX trip. The entire trip was a blast! Rock City was always my favorite as a kid and it certainly didn't disappoint me as an adult. My friends thought my kids wouldn't like it (ages 9-14). They had the best time and are still talking about it and want to go back.



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Great place to take kids

I remember Rock City and Ruby Falls, as a great place to go. Every year I traveled from my grandparents house in Virginia to my other grandparents in Alabama, we would stop at Rock City, every year, mostly because I begged to. Around 6, I remember being scared of the swinging bridge, and I would have to walk across the stone brige close by and fearful to look over the edge at Lookout Mt., I remember, my Mom bribing me with a t-shirt that had the gnome on it, if I would look over. I ran looked and ran back. :) But as an adult, a few years ago, I went back, it was just as glorious as I remember, this time I wasn't scared at all. I still have very fond memories and look forward to taking my son there in the near future. I highly recommend Rock City!!



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The lines were long and moved slowly. Rubly falls was my favorite. We stayed in Chattanooga and didn't have a great hotel experience. There are some great places to stay, but we didn't research first. We were in a bad area and there were youth baseball tournament players staying there. The tickets & food were a bit pricey. It wasn't a bad experience, just not one of my favorites.



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Super Spot

Rock City Gardens is a lovely place to visit. Combine a ride on the incline railway, and a visit to Ruby Falls and you will have a full and satisfying day on Lookout Mountain. It's cost effective for families and great exercise. At Christmas the lights are lovely and in fall the colors breathtaking.