See Rock City in Chattanooga Tennessee
This is certainly one of the most popular tourist attractions in the scenic city!
This unique Chattanooga attraction has been around longer than I can remember.
I recall seeing all of the barns on childhood road trips throughout the south that call upon travelers to "see" the famous Chattanooga landmark.
And although I grew up and still live in the Chattanooga area, it wasn't until early adulthood that I actually went to see the world famous city among the rocks of Lookout Mountain.
My best childhood friend and I used to go exploring a lot on the mountain. We actually didn't realize how dangerously we were living at the time, but we really were. Someone must have really been looking out for us.
Anyway, each time that I visit Rock City Gardens atop Lookout Mountain, I can't help but reminisce those rock climbing, exploratory days of my childhood. I also can't help but realize how much safer it is to pay and explore these rock formations than to risk my life doing it on my own, without any safety equipment.
I also have been privileged enough to experience the Enchanted Garden of Lights that is displayed at the famous city in the rocks each Christmas season.
You talk about holiday beauty...Let me tell you that you will not be disappointed with the Enchanted Garden of Lights!
It is comparable and, in my opinion, far superior to Pigeon Forge's and Gatlinburg's Winter Fest light displays!
You won't regret a night time visit to see Rock City in Chattanooga during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season.
Tickets are reasonably priced.
Currently (January 2009), adult tickets are just $15.95 each, and children's tickets are only $8.95 each.
They also offer double attraction tickets. In other words, adults can see Rock City and Ruby Falls for $30.00 per person and children can visit both for $15.00 per child.
They also offer a triple attraction tickets so that you can see Rock City Gardens, Ruby Falls, and The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway for a low combined ticket price. This ticket package offers an adult ticket to each of the three attractions for $43.00 and a child's ticket for all three attractions for $22.00.
They offer a number of discounted tour options for groups and they have great programs for Scout Troops.
If you live nearby, you may want to consider purchasing an annual pass. They offer an annual pass that costs less than two 1-day admission tickets.
And for that low price, you get (as of January 2009):
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