The Cherokee National History Museum is an art and cultural history museum in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, United States. Established in 2019, it is housed in the historic Cherokee Nation Supreme Court building, formerly known as the Cherokee... Read more
Cherokee National Prison Museum | Visit Cherokee Nation At the Cherokee National Prison Museum, you will learn the history of Cherokee law and order. Situated in the middle of historic Tahlequah, the prison was built in 1875 to hold the mos... Read more
Supreme Court Museum | Visit Cherokee Nation The Cherokee National Supreme Court was built in 1844 and is Oklahoma's oldest government building still standing today. Exhibit areas tell the story of the Cherokee judicial system, with vinta... Read more
Cherokee art park and cultural pathway enables pedestrians to safely travel between the Cherokee National History Museum on Muskogee Avenue and the Cherokee National Prison Museum on Choctaw Street, as well as several additional sites, inc... Read more
Cherokee National Peace Pavilion | Visit Cherokee Nation The Cherokee National Peace Pavilion was built to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the 1843 Cherokee Peace Council. The pavilion is an interpretation of the original open-air log ... Read more
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