good exhibition about the many broken treaties, hardship and trail of tears of the Indian American people.
outside there is a rural village with some small buildings to visit.
only guided tour possible visiting an "ancient" Cherokee village but the Cherokee guide tells a lot about the daily life at those times.
you can either pay the entrance fee for the Heritage Center or buy a "Cherokee Passport" for USD 15 which enables you to visit all other museums for free and you get a stamp for each museum - nice souvenir.
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