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New Echota

1211 Chatsworth Highway Northeast, Calhoun, GA 30701
+1 706-624-1321
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A great gem that is a little out of the way but well worth the trip !!

A great stop on our way through north Georgia! Thanks to the guide who unlocked the print shop at... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2017
Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Capital of Cherokee Nation in 1820's and 1830's

The town of New Echota served as the Capital for the Cherokee Nation from 1825 to their removal... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2017
Rebecca L
Atlanta, GA
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1211 Chatsworth Highway Northeast, Calhoun, GA 30701
+1 706-624-1321
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Reviewed 4 October 2017

A great stop on our way through north Georgia! Thanks to the guide who unlocked the print shop at the end of the day and gave us the most interesting talk and demonstration of how the Cherokees developed a written language and published their weekly...More

Thank msgirl2015
Reviewed 3 September 2017

The town of New Echota served as the Capital for the Cherokee Nation from 1825 to their removal during the Trail of Tears in the late 1830's. The 17-minute film in the visitor center explained that they had a government similar to ours and a...More

Thank Rebecca L
Reviewed 10 July 2017

For history lovers such as I am, this is a must see and well worth the small admission fee. It was raining the day we were there and my husband is disabled, so the park ranger was kind enough to lend us one of the...More

2  Thank Ginnylane143
Reviewed 3 June 2017

Great place to learn about Indian history. The Phoenix, the newspaper, was a one of a kind.This is the beginning of the trail of tears.

Thank P9508MMgeorges
Reviewed 17 May 2017

The grounds and buildings representing the way the peaceful Cherokee Indians had lived is a must see. You can take you time around the grounds and enjoy a few hours here.

Thank nancyconner
Reviewed 11 May 2017 via mobile

Cherokee descendant, so this was a must see when I found out how close we were. Nothing was a surprise to me, but my husband had no idea how civilized the tribe was. Fun seeing things about distant cousins, the Hicks!

Thank Patricia W
Reviewed 31 March 2017

didn't know the cherokee were so advanced. great historical exhibit. good job of restoration a must see

Thank edheffner46
Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

This is truly a step back in time. People lived in the house on the property until the 1950's. The print shop was the most interesting to me as we were shown how the print machine works. We took home a copy printed from the...More

Thank Mazma5
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Very interesting insight into the history of the Cherokee Indians. Nicely restored homes and businesses that can be tour. Well done 20 minute introductory film and small museum. More walking than expected so wear comfortable shoes and on very hot days have water. Very reasonable...More

Thank Bobby F
Reviewed 28 December 2016

Great spot to see how the Cherokee Nation lived in the early 1800's prior to the Cherokee removal in the 1830's.

Thank lcantrell67
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Anita D
26 September 2017|
Response from Rebecca L | Reviewed this property |
$7 per adult, $6.50 for seniors age 62 and up, $5.50 for kids (age 6-17)