Cherokee Heritage Center

The Cherokee Heritage Center was established by the Cherokee Historical Society in 1966 on the original Park Hill site of the Cherokee National Female Seminary. Although only the Seminary’s columns remain, visitors will be charmed by the 19th century Adams Corner Rural Village and the 1710 Diligwa Cherokee Village, which highlight Cherokee life in two very different times. Both attractions are staffed by Cherokee living history interpreters. The 44-acre grounds showcase historical markers from Chief John Ross to runner Andy Payne. Within the CHC’s rock walls are a permanent Trail of Tears exhibit, along with revolving history exhibits and art shows, plus the popular Cherokee Family Research Center, where visitors can explore Cherokee ancestry.

The Cherokee Heritage Center is currently closed to the public while we focus on future plans. We hope you’ll visit our other unique attractions throughout the Cherokee Nation.  https://www.visitcherokeenation.com