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Visit Cherokee


498 Tsali Blvd
Cherokee, NC 28719
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 800-438-1601


Visit Cherokee


(??.? miles from you)

498 Tsali Blvd
Cherokee, NC 28719
United States

http://www.visitcherokeenc.com

Call: 800-438-1601


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Why You Should Go...

Cherokee is more than simply a destination in North Carolina. It is a rich, vibrant culture, a proud people, and a place that's actually a sovereign nation with its own government, laws, and customs.

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Located in the heart of Western North Carolina, Cherokee is also base camp for hiking in the Great Smokies, arts and crafts shopping, native elk herd viewing, hours of fishing fun, and filled with intriguing stories so vital to their culture.

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Why You Should Go...

Cherokee is more than simply a destination in North Carolina. It is a rich, vibrant culture, a proud people, and a place that's actually a sovereign nation with its own government, laws, and customs.

Cherokee offers thousands of years of history, now carefully preserved or reconstructed as experiences the intrepid traveler can explore and enjoy by way of fun, safe adventures.

Located in the heart of Western North Carolina, Cherokee is also base camp for hiking in the Great Smokies, arts and crafts shopping, native elk herd viewing, hours of fishing fun, and filled with intriguing stories so vital to their culture.

What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: May, June, July, August

Access: Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Street, Bicycle

Available: Private Tour, Souvenirs

Extra Fun...

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If you really want to understand the Cherokee people, check out the "Cherokee Experience" at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian.

Special ticket packages are available for "Unto These Hills," Oconaluftee Indian Village, and the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Check their website for more information.

Special events are a main attraction in Cherokee, NC, and include everything from the annual 4th of July Powwow to exciting fishing tournaments. For the full list, including updated dates and times, visit their website.

Fun Facts

Cherokee is a sovereign nation with its own laws and tribal government, and actually isn't a reservation: the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians occupy what's known as the Qualla Boundary today, part of their ancestral homeland.

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Why You Should Go...

Cherokee is more than simply a destination in North Carolina. It is a rich, vibrant culture, a proud people, and a place that's actually a sovereign nation with its own government, laws, and customs.

Cherokee offers thousands of years of history, now carefully preserved or reconstructed as experiences the intrepid traveler can explore and enjoy by way of fun, safe adventures.

Located in the heart of Western North Carolina, Cherokee is also base camp for hiking in the Great Smokies, arts and crafts shopping, native elk herd viewing, hours of fishing fun, and filled with intriguing stories so vital to their culture.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: May, June, July, August

Access: Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Street, Bicycle

Available: Private Tour, Souvenirs

Extra Fun

Insider Info

If you really want to understand the Cherokee people, check out the "Cherokee Experience" at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian.

Special ticket packages are available for "Unto These Hills," Oconaluftee Indian Village, and the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Check their website for more information.

Special events are a main attraction in Cherokee, NC, and include everything from the annual 4th of July Powwow to exciting fishing tournaments. For the full list, including updated dates and times, visit their website.

Fun Facts

Cherokee is a sovereign nation with its own laws and tribal government, and actually isn't a reservation: the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians occupy what's known as the Qualla Boundary today, part of their ancestral homeland.

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