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Sites To See

Tahlequah Area

· Adams Corner Rural Village
3 mi S of cit, off US62 o 918/456-6007
ATTRACTION/ENTERTAINMENT; Reconstruction of c. 1875 small crossroads community; seasonal.

· Capitol of Cherokee Nation
US62, at E city limits o 918/456-3742
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK.

·Cherokee Court House 458-9440 Downtown Tahlequah on Muskogee Ave.

· Cherokee Heritage Center & Historical Society -Trail of Tears Drama 456-6007 One mile South of Tahlequah, at the stop light on Willis Road, turn East going through a 4 way stop. At 1 ½ miles, road will turn South. Continue 1/8 mile Center is on East of road. To visit the Murrell Home, continue South on this road ¾ mile and it will run straight into it.
MUSEUM/LIBRARY; SOUVENIRS; ATTRACTION/ENTERTAINMENT; VISITOR INFORMATION; HANDICAP ACCESS; PUBLIC RESTROOMS; PUBLIC TELEPHONE; Outdoor theatre at Tsa-La-Gi; Nat'l Museum, Ancient Village; seasonal.

· Cherokee Nation Information Center
2.25 mi S of city o 918/456-0671
VISITOR INFORMATION; HANDICAP ACCESS; PUBLIC RESTROOMS.

· Cherokee Nation Tribal Complex
US62 S o 918/456-0671
MUNICIPAL/TRIBAL GOVERNMENT; SOUVENIRS; Cherokee Tribe headquarters; tours available upon request; gift shop.

·Cherokee Supreme Court Building
Downtown Tahlequah at the Southeast corner of the existing Cherokee Court House Square.

·Original Cherokee Jail
Now also the Cherokee Cultural Center 458-6170 124 E. Choctaw

· Elias Boudinot
Worcester City, Park Hill o 918/456-3742
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; Assassinated for signing treaty removing Cherokees from Georgia.

· Historic Bacone House
320 Academy St. o 918/456-5511
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; c. 1887, originally Indian University, now NSU Center/Tribal Studies.

· Historic Rosamund House
W Campus, Seminary St. o 918/458-2088
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; HANDICAP ACCESS; PUBLIC RESTROOMS; c.1887 home, now center for NSU Sequoyah Institute.

· Hunnicutt Antique Doll Collection
NSU Campus o 918/456-5511
MUSEUM/LIBRARY; Pearl Hunnicutt antique & modern doll collections.

· Illinois River Canoe Trails
E of Tahlequah o 918/456-3251
LAKE/RIVER/LAKE USE AREA; HOSPITAL/FIRST AID/PHARMACY; OK's most popular canoe trail, starts in Boston Mountains, AR.

· Invertebrate Museum
NSU Campus o 918/456-5511
MUSEUM/LIBRARY; Invertebrate Museum in Science Building.

· John Vaughan Library
NSU Campus o 918/458-2088
MUSEUM/LIBRARY;&Mac246;HANDICAP ACCESS; PUBLIC TELEPHONE; University library w/Cherokee archives section.

· Murrell Home & Nature Trail
456-2751 South of Tahlequah 2 ½ miles to the Hwy. 62 and 82 Junction go South 1/8 mile on Hwy. 82. Turn East at the Elks Club sign and go 1 ½ mile. Murrell Home is on the south side of road. MUSEUM/LIBRARY; OUTDOOR RECREATION; HANDICAP ACCESS; PUBLIC RESTROOMS; Shows life of affluent Cherokees in early Tahlequah; seasonal; trail less than mile, designed for elderly, handicapped.

· Native American Student Center
320 Academy Street o 918/456-5511
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; Est. 1880 as Indian Territory.

· Northeastern State University
600 N. Grand o 918/458-5511
COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY; Wide range degree programs & OK's only optometry college.

· NSU River City Players Music Show & Jazz Lab
Muskogee/Downing Ave. o 918/458-2072
ATTRACTION/ENTERTAINMENT; HANDICAP ACCESS; PUBLIC RESTROOMS; Jazz, Dixieland & Country music.

· Oklahoma's First Newspaper Monument
101 S. Muskogee (Cherokee Capitol grounds) o 918/456-3742
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; "The Cherokee Advocate" 1884.

· Oklahoma's First Telephone Monument
101 S. Muskogee o 918/456-3742
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; 1885 OK's first telephone installed.

· Oklahoma Scenic Highway 10
SH10 from US60 to US62 o 918/456-3742
OUTDOOR RECREATION; LAKE/RIVER/LAKE USE AREA; Follows beautiful Illinois River through upper NE OK.

· Oklahoma Scenic Highway 82
SH82 from SH51 to US64 o 918/456-3742
OUTDOOR RECREATION; LAKE/RIVER/LAKE USE AREA; Follows Illinois River & Lake Tenkiller through Cookson Hills.

· Riley's Chapel Monument
US62, 1.5 mi S o 918/456-3742
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; 1844, 1st annual Indian Mission Conference of Methodist Church.

· Seminary Hall
Northeastern State University o 918/458-2088
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; PUBLIC RESTROOMS; HANDICAP ACCESS; PUBLIC TELEPHONE; c. 1889 Cherokee Nat'l Female Seminary.

·General Stan Watie Monument South of Tahlequah 2 miles at overlook on East side of Hwy. 62.

· Tahlonteeskee-Cherokee Courthouse
Exit 291 off I-40 o 918/489-5663
MUSEUM/LIBRARY; SOUVENIRS; Old Cherokee capital; museum, gift shop.

· Thompson House
300 S. College o 918/456-3216
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; NRHP Historical dramatic performances.

· Tsa-La-Gi Ancient Village
3 mi S of city off US62 o 918/456-6007
ATTRACTION/ENTERTAINMENT; Recreated 17th-century Cherokee Village; seasonal.

Gore Area

· Cherokee Courthouse
Ext. 291 on I-40 o 918/489-5663
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; SOUVENIRS; ATTRACTION/ENTERTAINMENT; PUBLIC RESTROOMS; Historic Cherokee courthouse.

· Tahlonteeskee
On US64, 2 mi E
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; Western Cherokee Capitol, 1829-39, named for Chief who settled Dwight Mission.

· Tahlonteeskee-Cherokee Courthouse
US64 2.5 mi SE Gore o 918/489-5663
MUSEUM/LIBRARY; SOUVENIRS; Houses Cherokee Gift Shop & Cherokee Museum.

Vian Area

· Dwight's Mission
On US64 E of Vian/N of Sallisaw off US64
HISTORICAL MARKER/LANDMARK; Historic Cherokee Nation 19099-present called "glory of the Cherokees."


· Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge
3 mi S of I-40 A Rt. 1, Box 18A o 918/773-5251
OUTDOOR RECREATION; LAKE/RIVER/LAKE USE AREA; 20,800-acres on & around Kerr Reservoir; 7 days a week; year 'round.

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