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George M. Murrell Home

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More than a House Museum

The Murrell Home (now called Hunter's Home) is a living history museum with a house and a farm... read more

Reviewed October 15, 2018
actressteacher
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Watauga, Texas
Cherokee home not destroyed during Civil War

Pay a few bucks to tour this beautiful home from the late 1830s. See how the civilized Cherokee... read more

Reviewed June 18, 2018
lkmccor
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Odessa, Texas
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  • Average9%
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Oct 15, 2018
“More than a House Museum”
Jun 30, 2018
“Murrel house”
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19479 E Murrel Home Rd, Park Hill, OK 74451-2001
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Reviewed October 15, 2018

The Murrell Home (now called Hunter's Home) is a living history museum with a house and a farm. The farm has animals and crops. This costumed interpreters tell more than just the history of the occupants (The house was owned by the Cherokee WIFE, not...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank actressteacher
Reviewed June 30, 2018 via mobile

House not open in the process of being remodeled and then open to the public viewing. Grounds overgrown

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed June 18, 2018

Pay a few bucks to tour this beautiful home from the late 1830s. See how the civilized Cherokee lived at that time. They were not the plains Indians. Visit the out buildings also.

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank lkmccor
Reviewed January 8, 2018

This historic house was built in 1845 by wealthy white planter and merchant George Murrell and his wife, interestingly, the niece of the Cherokee leader. During the American Civil War, it was the only building to survive in the local area. The house is perfectly...More

Date of experience: October 2017
2  Thank charles s
Reviewed September 7, 2017

A neat place to visit if you are into Cherokee history. There is also a park across a walking bridge to the east for some family fun. The river behind the house is great for taking family pictures as well. Different entities host an Easter...More

Date of experience: April 2017
Thank Wes W
Reviewed July 28, 2017

This is a three level home and on two floors, there is really interesting furniture. Watch your head if you go to the third level, because it is low clearance.

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank MojoBeau12
Reviewed April 10, 2017 via mobile

You can easily spend a couple of hours there, lots of photos, and history to read, period furniture. Staff is very friendly, it is a laid back place to go.

Date of experience: May 2016
1  Thank kgnickels
Reviewed October 8, 2016 via mobile

Excellent restored home of merchant who came with the Trail of Tears. Informative signs throughout the property mention his slaves, the various buildings that used to be there. It is a worthy complement to the Cherokee Heritage Center.

Date of experience: October 2016
1  Thank Muskogeefoots
Reviewed July 28, 2016

This is a perfect day for history lovers. The home is restored and the grounds are now a living and working museum as well. Walk through the home, walk among the grounds, see the creek behind it, see the spring house and walk the nature...More

Date of experience: June 2016
Thank MsGenia
Reviewed July 6, 2016 via mobile

This is a must see place for history lovers and it doesn't cost anything, although they do accept donations. The architecture of the house is impressive for the time period in which is was built and it has an interesting Cherokee story.

Date of experience: July 2016
Thank Corey B
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