No matter where you call home, Cherokee Nation welcomes you!
Dedicated to telling the story of the rich history of Cherokee people, Cherokee Nation offers various cultural sites and attractions that allow visitors to follow in the footsteps of historical Cherokees and walk the paths they traveled more than a century ago.
The welcoming spirit of Cherokee people can be felt wherever you set foot upon the tribe’s 7,000 square miles of natural beauty, historic attractions and world-class entertainment.
For more information, please Visit Cherokee Nation.
Cherokee Heritage Center
Since 1967, the Cherokee Heritage Center has been committed to telling the story of the Cherokee people.
National Supreme Court
The Cherokee National Supreme Court is the oldest government building in the state of Oklahoma.
Cherokee Casino Tahlequah
400 electronic games, the 20,000 square feet Cherokee Casino Tahlequah is the place to be and the place to win!
Cherokee National Capital
The Cherokee National Capitol currently houses the judicial branch of the Cherokee Nation.
The Historic Murrell Home is the only remaining antebellum plantation home in Oklahoma.
Seminary Hall at NSU
Today, Seminary Hall remains the signature building on campus at Northeastern State University.
Cherokee National Prison
The Cherokee National Prison was the only penitentiary building in the entire Indian Territory from 1875 to 1901.
John Ross Museum & Cemetery
The John Ross Museum highlights the life of John Ross, principal chief for more than 38 years.
See it All! Compass Pass!
The Compass Pass contains tour info, Cherokee trivia, games and special offers. Adults receive an Osiyo T-shirt and Jr. Compass participants receive a sheriff's badge.