Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Toll Free: 877-779-6977
The Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum, located on the southeast corner of Tahlequah's town square, was built in 1844 by James S. Pierce and housed the Cherokee National Supreme Court. This historic building also played host to the original printing press of the Cherokee Advocate, the official publication of the Cherokee Nation and the first newspaper in Oklahoma. Stop at the Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum during a trek through Tahlequah and enjoy three exhibit areas detailing the Cherokee National Judicial System, the Cherokee Advocate and Phoenix newspapers, and ...
Facility Amenities: Gift Shop
Group Amenities: Group Rates Available
Suitable for Ages: Adults (18+), Children (up to 12), Teens (13-18)
Tour Information: Group Tours, Self-guided tours
Under 5: Free
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
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