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About Fairytale Nights
Adventure awaits you at Rock City’s new spring event, Fairytale Nights – where Dreams come to life! Join us on a spectacular journey as we travel to a faraway kingdom where magic is around every turn. Help Little Red Riding Hood avoid the Big Bad Wolf; follow Jack as he ventures off the beanstalk into the giant’s lair; enjoy the radiant gardens with Cinderella; learn to sword fight with a knight! Don’t miss this chance to make magical memories at Rock City’s Fairytale Nights!
Hours and Pricing
2015 dates/hours TBD
|Adult||Child (ages 3-12)|
|Fairytale Nights Premiere Event Pricing||$22.95||(ages 3-12) $12.95|
|Fairytale Nights Regular Weekday Pricing||$19.95||(ages 3-12) $11.95|
*Premiere Event Pricing – Valid Thursdays to Saturdays
*Special Weekday Pricing – Valid Sundays to Wednesdays
Inclement Weather Information
Due to the outdoor nature of this event, there is a possibility that Fairytale Nights would need to close for inclement weather. Any changes in operating hours for Fairytale Nights will be posted on the Rock City homepage, the Fairytale Nights page, and our Facebook page. You may also call our Hospitality Desk at 706-820-2531 with any questions regarding operating hours. Please note that because Fairytale Nights includes costumed actors, there may be instances where the regular daytime tour of Rock City is open for visitors, but we must close for Fairytale Nights due to weather.
In March and April, look for Redbud Trees, Kwansan Cherry Trees, and Viburnum blooming in our gardens. Don’t miss the breathtaking views from Lover’s Leap as spring blooms at beautiful Rock City Gardens!
Partners & Sponsors
Rock City is proud to partner with Emily’s Power for a Cure during the Fairytale Nights event. Emily was diagnosed with Stave IV Neuroblastoma in October 2005. This beautiful, strong-willed little girl, known as the Pink Power Ranger Princess, fought with everything she had for four months to beat her cancer. On February 20, 2006 while undergoing surgery to remove her tumor, Emily won her battle and went to dance in heaven.
Her family wishes to continue her fight and find a cure for this disease. Emily’s Power for a Cure is her fight against cancer carrying on! While the goal of the foundation is to raise awareness and funds to find a cure for Neuroblastoma, there are more and more immediate needs for families and children fighting this disease. The foundation, Emily’s namesake, was founded in 2006 by Emily’s parents, Jonathon and Wendy Ransom.