Visit Cherokee Nation
Dedicated to telling the story of the rich history of Cherokee people, Cherokee Nation offers various cultural sites and attractions that allow visitors to follow in the footsteps of historical Cherokees and walk the paths they traveled more than a century ago. The welcoming spirit of Cherokee people can be felt wherever you set foot upon the tribe’s 7,000 square miles of natural beauty, historic attractions and world-class entertainment.
Take a tour of Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum, the oldest government building still standing in Oklahoma. Visit Diligwa, a 1710 Cherokee village stationed outside of Cherokee Heritage Center. Indulge in cultural classes like basket making or pottery. Trace your family heritage back hundreds of years. Take part in interactive exhibits and games.
Share this authentic journey across 66,000 acres of history and culture. Uncover the secrets and startling facts that lie within numerous attractions, spread across the 14 counties that make up the great Cherokee Nation.
Tahlequah, fondly known as the capital of the Cherokee Nation, brims with Cherokee heritage. Explore this charming town to discover everything from the renowned Cherokee Heritage Center and other Cherokee attractions, to casinos and a scenic river ideal for float trips.Learn More
- Cherokee Nation Tourism
- Oklahoma Travel Guide and Map Kit
- Oklahoma Indian Country Guide
- Monthly TravelOK eNewsletter