Cherokee Nation History Mobile Workshop
Monday, September 16, 2019
8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Cherokee Nation invites you to come say “Osyio” to the historic wonders of the Cherokee Nation–located in Northeast Oklahoma’s Green Country. Hear the ancient stories of Cherokee ancestors, told by your personal Cherokee tour guide.
Experience the history of the Cherokee Nation and witness the perseverance of a people who rebuilt and flourished following the forced removal, known as the Trail of Tears.
Visit the Cherokee National History Museum
Opening summer 2019, this state-of-the-art museum is located in the 1869 Cherokee National Capitol. Enriching and immersive exhibits guide visitors through Cherokee Nation’s story from time immemorial through the present day.
Visitors can engage with hands-on interactives, the latest technology and discover the true Cherokee story. Explore the oldest government building in the State of Oklahoma, now home to the Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum. Walk the grounds of the Cherokee Heritage Center, once home to the Cherokee Female Seminary. Hear the stories of Indian Territory’s most infamous outlaws at the Cherokee National Prison Museum. Experience all of this and more as you visit the Cherokee Nation Capital city of Tahlequah, Oklahoma’s oldest incorporated town.
Participation Fee: $60 (lunch and all admissions included)
Full Cherokee History Mobile Workshop Itinerary
Depart Hard Rock Hotel and Casino – 1-44, Exit 240-A, Catoosa, Oklahoma
- Guide will meet group at main entrance of hotel
Historic Cherokee Capitol Square and Downtown Tahlequah
- Cherokee National History Museum
- Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum
- Cherokee National Prison Museum
Home-style buffet lunch at Restaurant of the Cherokees (Tahlequah, Oklahoma)
- Cherokee Nation Gift Shop
Cherokee Heritage Center – Park Hill, Oklahoma
- Diligwa-1710 Cherokee Village (1:30 p.m. guided tour)
- Trail of Tears Museum
Hunter’s Home – Park Hill, Oklahoma
- Antebellum Plantation Home
- Museum Store
Depart Tahlequah for Catoosa
Arrive Hard Rock Hotel and Casino – 1-44, Exit 240-A, Catoosa, Oklahoma
Note there is a 10 percent discount at all gift shops visited by tour guests.
Addresses to Sites
Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum – 122 E Keetoowah, Tahlequah, OK
Cherokee National Prison Museum
124 E. Choctaw Street
Restaurant of the Cherokees
Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74464
Cherokee Heritage Center
21192 S. Keeler Rd.
Park, Oklahoma 74451
19479 E Murrell Home Rd.
Park Hill, Oklahoma
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Image of the Cherokee National History Museum courtesy of Cherokee Nation.