• Unto These Hills is the Cherokee story, as told and portrayed by the Cherokee themselves nightly at 8pm from June 1–August 17. It’s thousands of years in the making, and covers ritual, betrayal, love, action, suspense, and loss. Performed outdoors in a 2,100-seat, newly renovated venue, it might also be the perfect way to end your day before a comfortable bed in Cherokee calls your name. For general tourism information: VisitCherokeeNC.com.

  • Cherokee special events highlight unique opportunities to interact with and delight in cultural celebrations everyone’s invited to. The Cherokee are a proud, fun-loving people, and are eager to share the bounty of their experiences with you. Choose a favorite, then spend the night with us. It’s simple: Plan. Book. And explore. For general tourism information: VisitCherokeeNC.com.

  • Sequoyah National Golf Club is unlike any golf experience. It starts with the Robert Trent Jones II design and dramatic mountain beauty. But what’s unique is the Cherokee cultural story that’s part of every hole. And our proprietary Dynamic Pricing lets you determine your greens fee based on when you’d like to play. So tee it up, then stay overnight via a Stay & Play package. For general tourism information: VisitCherokeeNC.com.

  • Oconaluftee Indian Village poses the question, “Is it actually history if it’s still happening?” Here, ancient stickball demonstrations offer bone-cracking certainty that this isn’t a boring history class. This is ancient Cherokee, still very much alive and thriving. Discover dance, reenactments, you name it. If it happened then, it’s happening now. For general tourism information: VisitCherokeeNC.com.

  • Fishing in Cherokee is like discovering thousands of new favorite fishing spots, all collected into one jaw-droppingly beautiful place. Here, the waters run pure, and the season is long. From catch-and-keep to catch-and-release calendars, you’re casting constantly. In Cherokee, you won’t just hear more fish stories, you’ll catch a memory that lasts forever. For general tourism information: VisitCherokeeNC.com.

  • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual Inc. Cherokee art curators and collectors, rejoice. If you’re seeking authentic Cherokee arts and crafts, you’ve come to the largest home for it east of the Mississippi. Be it weaponry, the decorative beauty of beadwork, the intricate skill of finger weaving, or the sublime self-expression of wood and stone carving, it’s here, waiting to go home with you. For general tourism information: VisitCherokeeNC.com

  • Museum of the Cherokee Indian If your idea of a museum includes dusty displays tended by a boring curator, get ready to rediscover what a museum can be. Inspired by the beauty and ingenuity of the Cherokee, this is a cultural and historical tour without equal, one fused with interactive video, intriguing displays, and a full sensory experience. For general tourism information: VisitCherokeeNC.com.

  • To be outdoors in Cherokee is to be truly happy. From the falls Mingo and Soco, to the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park, to the joy of Oconaluftee Islands Park, to the serene and quiet beauty of our neighboring elk herd, Cherokee could boast, but it seldom does. By understanding why this river or those falls are important to the local culture, you don’t just experience the outdoors, you feel it. And that’s a feeling that affects you long after you’ve departed. For general tourism information: VisitCherokeeNC.com.