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With breathtaking views along the scenic Illinois River, the excitement of a traditional game of stickball, and the vibrant history and culture of the largest Native American tribe in the United States, Cherokee Nation offers adventures in every direction. 
Cherokee Passport is your guide to exploring the 66,000 acres that make up Cherokee Nation. From the natural beauty of our lakes and rivers to fascinating cultural attractions, there is history and beauty around every corner.
With the Cherokee Passport museum package you can experience it all. 
Come discover Cherokee Nation and create memories with family and friends while you experience a variety of activities at more than 100 destinations.  
With each purchase, you'll receive an official Cherokee Passport booklet that contains exciting tour information and cultural tidbits. 
At each museum, you will receive a stamp in your booklet. You also can collect stamps at other sites throughout Cherokee Nation and experience enriching activities and memorable adventures for the whole family.

Are you ready for an adventure? Purchase your Cherokee Passport today!

With each Cherokee Passport purchase, you receive admission to the following museums:

Cherokee Heritage Center

Offering exhibits, cultural workshops and events throughout the year, the Cherokee Heritage Center includes the Cherokee National Museum, Ancient Village, Adams Corner Rural Village, Cherokee Family Research Center and Cherokee National Archives.

Cherokee National Prison Museum

The Cherokee National Prison was the only penitentiary building in the entire Indian Territory from 1875 to 1901 and housed sentenced and accused prisoners from throughout the territory. Built of sandstone rock, the prison was "made to hold the most hardened and dangerous prisoners."

Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum

Built in 1844, the Cherokee National Supreme Court features exhibits on the Cherokee judicial system, the Cherokee Advocate and Cherokee Phoenix newspapers, and the Cherokee language, including a variety of historical items including photos, stories, objects and furniture.

John Ross Museum

The John Ross Museum highlights the life of John Ross, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation for more than 38 years, and housed exhibits and interactive displays on the Trail of Tears, Civil War, Cherokee Golden Age and Cherokee Nation's passion for the education of its people.

Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum​

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated as a National Literary Landmark, Sequoyah’s Cabin highlights the contributions of one of the most well known individuals in Cherokee history. The actual cabin, built by Sequoyah in 1829, is located inside a stone memorial building and is surrounded by a 10-acre park.

Are you ready for an adventure? Purchase your Cherokee Passport today!