Comfort Inn & Suites
101 Reasor St.
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Phone: (918) 431-0600
Fax: (918) 431-0612
Arts & Museums
Established in 1963 by Chief W.W. Keeler, this 44 acre complex features an 1,500 seat amphitheater, Tsa-La-Gi Ancient Village, the Adams Corner Rural Village and Farm, and the Cherokee National Museum that contains permanent and temporary exhibits as well as Cherokee historical records, photographs, and documents.
Numerous tribes of Native Americans call Oklahoma their home, and one of the most prominent of these is the Cherokee. Located just south of Tahlequah, a short drive from the Tulsa metro, this living history exhibit is housed at the Cherokee Heritage Center. Time has stood still since the 1500s; the way of life depicted here is the simple one of the Cherokee people before conquering explorers found their homeland. A trip to the village is a wonderful learning experience for both young and old alike. Guided tours are available.
One of the country's finest, privately owned collections of traditional and contemporary Native American art is housed at this museum including 20,000 priceless artifacts and an 88 piece Kachina Doll collection.
The Fourteen Flags that have flown over the Three Rivers since 1541 now are flown at this museum that preserves the history and heritage of the Three Rivers and Three Forks area through its variety of exhibits and artifacts.