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Cherokee Indian Village

 

Cherokee Indian VillageStep back in time to 1760. Witness the challenges of Cherokee life at a time of rapid cultural change as European settlers invaded Indian lands.

Tour the authentic working Village with dwellings, residents, and artisans right out of the 1760's. Experience traditional medicine and interact with villagers as they hull canoes, make pottery and masks, weave baskets and beadwork, and participate in their daily activities.

Enjoy live reenactments, interactive demonstrations, and Hands-On Cherokee art classes for kids.

See How the Cherokee Lived Two and a Half Centuries Ago

Oconaluftee Indian Village is open daily, except Sundays, May 1 thru October 20.

Address:
218 Drama Road, Cherokee, NC

Ticketing:
564 Tsali Blvd., Cherokee, NC
Phone: 866-554-4557

Times:
Gates open 9:00 am, last tour at 4:00 pm
Guided Tours on the hour & half-hour
except 12:00, 12:30 & 3:00 pm

Rates
Adult $18, Child $14, 5 & Under FREE
Parking: Free.

 

 


 

 

Experience Cherokee History Year Round

 

 

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian is open daily year-round except for Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.

Address: 589 Tsali Blvd., Cherokee, NC
Phone: 828-497-3481
Hours (seasonal):
Memorial Day to Labor Day —
9:00 am - 7:00 pm Mon – Sat;
Sundays 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Winter — 9:00 am - 5:00 pm daily

Admission
Adult $9, Children (6-13) $6,
Children 5 & under free.
Parking: Free.

 


 

 

Stroll among the beautiful arts and crafts created by generations of Native Americans

 

 

Founded in 1946, Qualla Arts and Crafts is the nation's oldest Native American Cooperative, and it continues to uphold a standard of excellence when it comes to the traditional arts and crafts of the Eastern Cherokee. Showcasing the works of over 250 members, Qualla Arts and Crafts preserves and promotes the traditional arts and crafts of the Eastern Band of Cherokee, offering a vast selection of baskets, pottery, wood and stone carving, beadwork and much more.

Explore the various styles of art, learn about their significance and process, then browse the Gallery to find a piece that speaks to you. Many of these unique treasures are for sale.

Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual is open daily year-round except for Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.

Address:
645 Tsali Blvd., Cherokee, NC
Phone: 828.497.3103

Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm Mon - Sat
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Sunday

Admission: Free
Parking: Free.

 

 

 


 

 

The story of the Cherokee people through the eons, through the zenith of their power, through the heartbreak of the Trail of Tears, to the present day.

 

One of the longest-running outdoor dramas in the U.S., Unto These Hills has thrilled and entertained more than six million people since 1950. Recently rewritten to better reflect the Cherokee's true history and culture, the play is a 'must see' when visiting the Smokies.

An Evening of Legends and History Under the Stars

A Cherokee Drama is performed nightly, except Sundays, June through mid-August, at the 2,800-seat Mountainside Theatre in Cherokee.

Theatre:
688 Drama Road, Cherokee, NC

Ticketing:
564 Tsali Blvd., Cherokee, NC
Phone: 866-554-4557

Times:
7:30 pm Pre-show
8:00 pm Main Performance

2013 Reserved:
Adult $23
Child (6-12) $13
Child (5 & Under) FREE

2013 Terrace:
Adult $120
Child (6-12) $10 s
Child (5 & Under) FREE

Parking:
$3 per vehicle at the Theatre. Free parking at the
Museum of the Cherokee Indian and Qualla Arts & Crafts
with free shuttle service provided to the show.


information courtesy of: http://www.cherokeesmokies.com

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