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My four year old loved the Cherokee village. It really helped her envision history. Unfortunately, the museum was not open since we unknowingly came in the off-season. We didn’t see any mention of seasonal hours until we found a brochure outside near the exhibit. Would...More
Winter house is a beautiful building, coll in the summer and warm in the winter. My favorite is the round corn crib. A learning experience for the whole family. Check for events located in downtown Hayesville NC.
The huts and garden are wonderful replicas showing how the Cherokee lived. The only reason I didn't give it more stars was that I found the guided trail difficult to follow and ended up lost. Other than that, this is a great way to spend...More
Cherokee Homestead Exhibit is a small but neat outdoor site depicting an early 1700’s Cherokee family homestead with a winter house, summerhouses, corncrib, dugout canoe, and family gardens. Signage is helpful to understand how the Indians must have lived in the area. This is a...More
Very much enjoyed visiting this exhibit. The exhibit is in a fairly small area so there is not alot of walking involved if you want to see everything. Unfortunately, the museum adjoining the site has very limited hours of operation and we were not able...More
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This exhibit is on US64 Business which is also known as School St in Hayesville. Coming north on NC 69 to intersection of US64 and 69, continue straight thru the intersection and you are on business 64. The exhibit is just... More
This exhibit is on US64 Business which is also known as School St in Hayesville. Coming north on NC 69 to intersection of US64 and 69, continue straight thru the intersection and you are on business 64. The exhibit is just prior to reaching downtown Hayesville and is on the left side. It is part of the historical society headquarters which is in the old jailhouse.