Cherokee Nation Anna Mitchell Cultural & Welcome Center

Located off of Route 66 and I-44 in Vinita, Oklahoma, the Cherokee Nation Anna Mitchell Cultural & Welcome Center is a place where travelers and the community can enjoy Cherokee art, culture and history. The center offers permanent and rotating exhibits, refreshments and a gift shop. It also serves as a community space for Cherokees to gather for meetings, events and classes. Award-winning Cherokee National Treasure and renowned artist Anna Mitchell was known as a trailblazer and was widely accepted as an authority on both Southeastern and Eastern Woodlands-style pottery. Recognized for her traditional, handmade pottery and for helping share her knowledge and artistic skills with others, Mitchell was designated a Cherokee National Treasure in 1988.

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Hours

Opening Late August

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Admission
FREE
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Reservation Information

877.779.6977

info@VisitCherokeeNation.com

Wheelchair Accessible
Great for All Ages
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