WELCOME TO TAHLEQUAH!
The historic City of Tahlequah has many attractions to offer residents and tourists. Tahlequah is the perfect spot for outdoor enthusiasts whether they choose to float the refreshing Illinois River, hike the mountain at SparrowHawk, or camp along Lake Tenkiller. Oklahoma's fourth largest university, Northeastern State University, is also located in the heart of Cherokee County. Tahlequah also represents Oklahoma as the capital of Cherokee Nation. The many shops downtown offer a shopping variety for those looking to spend an afternoon browsing through the boutiques. Come visit Tahlequah to see what we have to offer!
During your visit, be sure to take a moment to explore the local cousine Tahlequah has to offer!
Interested in floating the scenic Illinois River or learning about Cherokee history? We have that! Tahlequah has a something for everyone!
Planning on extending your stay?
We have large hotels and small town Bed & Breakfasts, which ever suits your needs!
-Cherokee Syllabary: From Talking Leaves to Pixels
November 14,2015 - April 2, 2016
-45th Annual Trail of Tears Art Show and Sale
April 9th - May 7th
-Cherokee Clothing: Threads of Time
May 14th - August 20th
-20th Annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show and Sale
August 27th - September 24th
-2nd Annual Cherokee National Treasures Art Show
October 1st - November 5th
Join the fun! Take a stand and bridge the gap to eliminate violence!
April 16th at 11:30 am, walk will start at Norris Park