Free
Admission

Tuesday – Saturday
10 AM – 4 PM

Cherokee National History Museum

Take a deep dive into the Cherokee past and present. Restored and opened in 2019, the Cherokee National History Museum resides in the original Cherokee National Capitol building in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. With 7,000 square feet of timeless art and tribal heritage to explore, visitors will learn about the history and culture of Cherokee Nation from its origins to today.

Cherokee Delegate: An Unalterable Promise

Know the history behind Cherokee Nation’s pivotal call to Congress to seat its Delegate in the U.S. House of Representatives. The exhibit “Cherokee Delegate: An Unalterable Promise” looks at a story hundreds of years in the making.

Explore the Museum

Cherokee Nation’s legacy is one of survival and adaptation. The Modern Era gallery tells our history from Oklahoma’s statehood to today, through reformed government, continued education, military service, and the preservation of Cherokee culture. Cherokee Nation continues to fight for sovereignty and cultural continuation and against the suppression of our government and people.

Immersive Experience

Begin your experience with an art installation depicting one of the origin stories of Cherokee Nation. According to this account, the Cherokee people lived on a southern island surrounded by salt water.

Virtual Tour
Attraction Information

Hours

Tuesday – Saturday
10 AM – 4 PM

Admission

Free

Wheelchair
Accessible

Great for All
Ages

Assisted
Listening

Wheelchair
Accessible
Great for All
Ages
Assisted
Listening
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