What a great place to visit and learn about the experience of the Cherokee people, their way of life, and the tragic circumstances on the Trail of Tears. The facility is beautiful, the information is priceless. A great trip for a couple, alone, or with a family. You can even tour a replica of a Cherokee village and hear narration in both English and Cherokee. There are demos of how they made bows, arrowheads, blowguns and even the games the native people played.
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