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This reservation is very nice. We started our visit at the museum amd it was one of the nicest and most informative I have experienced. Highly recommend! The shops are also nice and you can find just about any souvenir you're looking for. Nice place...More
I love to visit Cherokee Indian Reservation. It is a nice town to visit all the shops and see the culture they have to offer. The Elk are always out of mornings and afternoons. They are a sight to behold. October is there mating season...More
The reservation offers visitors a wonderful opportunity to learn about Cherokee history and culture. Make sure to visit Ocanaluftee Village, Unto these Hills, and the Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Also take the time to visit Bearmeat’s Den and the Qualla Arts Center. Worth the...More
The reservation and town of Cherokee is just that - a town; to experience and learn the real Cherokee history - go to the village! I’ve read many reviews here that say it’s run down or a tourist trap - but I think people are...More
The Cherokee Indian Reservation is a place that every parent should take their kids. To visit with real Indians and have their picture taken with the Indians. Great place to shop with your kids, going into the many stores. Everyone will enjoy, kids and parents....More
I'm on vacation with my family in Tennessee it was only a hour drive. Remembered going as a kid with my parents and wanted to go. Good food, good shopping and everyone was really friendly. Will be back my next vacation.
We used to bring our kids to Cherokee every year when they were young and had so much good clean fun. I had not visited in 15 years and could not believe how this once beautiful place could have went down so much. It seems...More
The cost was far to high for what you got. Most people working there seemed to have little regard for any of the visitors. My children are 14, 11, 8 and there were looking forward to it as part of the description was that it...More
We were looking forward to visit the reservation but once entered it was clear that most buildings were decaying. The “village” was closed so can’t say a thing about that but along the road there were shops enough to visit. So we did but hey,...More
Response from ohioemt10 | Reviewed this property |
No. This is a replica village and they put on a demonstration and show how they made weapons, items, trade merchandise. I would think records like that would be kept in the library and city offices or they could point you... More
No. This is a replica village and they put on a demonstration and show how they made weapons, items, trade merchandise. I would think records like that would be kept in the library and city offices or they could point you in the right direction.
Where are the best places to go for the loosest and best pay out slots? Any advice for gambling in Vegas? Is Vegas as tight as the Indian Reservation Casino's?
March 18, 2013|
According to statistics, The Strip is the worst, Downtown is better, and Off-Strip properties are better still.
Tips Part 5 ~ Navaho Bridge, Monument Valley, Bluff,Blanding (0 Replies)
Monument Valley was an area we didn't want to miss if we were already out here so decided to travel from the Grand Canyon North Rim via Alternate 89 towards Page, see Glen Canyon Dam and continue on Hwy 98 around the Navajo Tribal Lands to Kayenta then north on Hwy163 to ?? Didn't have lodging reservations that night. Timing was ideal as we traveled through Monument Valley while the sun was setting! It was awesome! So beautiful. We're glad we did that even though our minds were thinking of...More
October 31, 2009|
Advise between two itineraries (9 Replies)
Hi! I would ask for advise between two itineraries during 3 weeks in summer 2019. I am searching to visit vibrant cities,old towns.some nice beaches , picturesque villages. beautiful landscapes,romantic places and cultural attractions. First iinerary: - New York city - Washington D.C. - Shenandoah - Blue Ridge Parkway - Roanoke -Great Smoky Mountains - Cherokee Indian Reservation - Charleston -Savannah -St. Augustine - Orlando - Sarasota - Venice - Everglades - Miami ...More