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Cherokee National Treasure Tommy Wildcat speaks to a group of visitors at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, Okla.

​Every day is cheri​shed as a unique event within the Cherokee Nation. And every month, there is a new and exciting reason to visit!

The Letters of John Ross Exhibit
John Ross Museum
May 4 - Dec. 29, 2018; 10 am - 4 pm

The John Ross Museum proudly presents "The Letters of John Ross," a new exhibit demonstrating how the great statesman's letters were preserved through time and highlighting some of his most powerful writing.​

Cherokee Prison: Post Statehood
Cherokee National Prison Museum
July 13, 2018 - Jan. 31, 2019; 10 am - 4 pm

With its legacy of holding the most hardened criminals of Indian Territory behind bars, the Cherokee National Prison endured and operated after Oklahoma’s statehood and well into the 20th century. What changed? What stayed the same? ​

The Saltworks of Sequoyah Exhibit
Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum
Aug. 3, 2018- Jan. 31, 2019; 10 am - 4 pm

Experience a new exhibit about an original Cherokee entrepreneur. Learn more about Sequoyah's ingenuity and inventiveness near present day Sallisaw, Oklahoma, and how salt was manufactured.

The First Cherokee Christmas Exhibit
Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum
Dec. 7 - 29, 2018; 10 am - 4 pm

Join us for this very special holiday exhibit discussing the first Christmas celebration in Cherokee Nation at the Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum. The exhibit features natural decorations common to the year 1805 and information about the Moravian Missionaries who brough this tradition to the Cherokee people.