20 Feb
20Feb

Restored and opened in 2019, the new Cherokee National History Museum resides in the original Cherokee National Capitol building in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. It offers 7,000 square feet of timeless art and tribal heritage to explore. Visitors can take lessons in authentic arts and crafts, study the Cherokee Syllabary, and learn about the modern era of the Cherokee Nation.


Interactivity is a key feature of the Cherokee National History Museum. Be immersed in hands-on exhibits that showcase the complete Cherokee story. View state-of-the-art digital multimedia displays that delve deep into the Cherokee Nation’s cultural past and present. Experience The Trail of Tears gallery, brought to life by authentic voices of the Cherokee People.

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