• Two females and one male wave as they get off the group tour at the Cherokee National History Museum.

Group Tours

Discover a nation and enrich your world with a specially guided tour from Cherokee Nation.

Plan a Group Tour

Exploring Cherokee Nation is even more exciting with a group. Bring your group of 10 or more for a day, a weekend or even a full week of culture, exploration, food and fun.

With dozens of cultural attractions and recreational activities, our tourism sales specialist can create an experience that’s custom-fit to your group’s needs.

Group tours are offered year-round.

For more information contact Group Tour Sales at 877.779.6977 or e-mail


Fall Festival | October 4-10, 2020

Join us on an exclusive, chartered coach tour exploring historic Cherokee sites across America. This tour, developed by Cherokee Nation's cultural tourism experts, is the ultimate experience for anyone wanting to discover thousands of years of Cherokee traditions, culture and history in just seven days. Our friendly Cherokee interpretive guides will share extraordinary, true stories and historic events – right where they happened.

Round-trip travel from Oklahoma to Tennessee, North Carolina and Georgia

Please note: This tour requires moderate to high physical activity such as walking up hills, walking long distances, etc.

Click here to learn more.

Cherokee History Tour

Discover the truth behind the legends, from before and after the forced relocation. Watch as the Cherokee story comes vividly to life through the talents of interpretive actors. A historic experience in the truest sense.

Tours depart from either Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa or Cherokee Nation Gift Shop in Tahlequah and include the following stops:

  • Cherokee Heritage Center
  • Hunter’s Home
  • Cherokee National History Museum
  • Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum
  • Cherokee National Prison Museum
  • Northeastern State University’s Seminary Hall

Please note: This tour is interactive and requires moderate physical activity such as walking up hills, role-playing, etc.

Civil War History Tour

Hear tales of the Confederate Brigadier General Stand Watie’s march through Tahlequah when Oklahoma was still Indian Territory. Watch the drama unfold with live reenactments from incredible interpretive actors. It all begins in the city’s historic Capitol Square.

Tour sites include:

  • Hunter’s Home
  • Fort Gibson Historic Site
  • Honey Springs Battlefield

Please note: This tour is interactive and requires moderate physical activity such as walking up hills, role-playing, etc.

Will Rogers History Tour

The story of "Oklahoma’s favorite son" couldn’t be in better hands. Learn more about this proud member of Cherokee Nation and his dynamic, colorful and highly influential life in Hollywood and politics.

It gets underway at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore and includes the following great stops:

  • Will Rogers Memorial Museum
  • Dog Iron Ranch in Oologah, Oklahoma
  • Downtown Claremore, Oklahoma

Please note: This tour is interactive and requires moderate physical activity such as walking up hills, role-playing, etc.

Sequoyah's Cabin Museum History Tour

Sequoyah, creator of the Cherokee written language, built this one-room log cabin in 1829, shortly after moving to Oklahoma. Surrounded by a 10-acre park, the actual cabin is located inside a stone memorial structure, built by the Works Progress Administration in 1936. Stepping inside, you’ll experience what it might have been like when Sequoyah originally lived there. Relics and documents associated with his life are on display for visitors to see.

  • Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum
  • Various historical sites in Oklahoma

Please note: This tour requires moderate physical activity such as walking up hills and the grounds of the property.

Education Tour

There’s nothing like seeing a child’s eyes light up when they learn something new. Cherokee Nation is proud to play a role in sharing Cherokee history and culture with the next generation.

Our highly successful Education Tour Grant Program is for elementary, middle school and high school students throughout Oklahoma and surrounding areas. They are available at a reduced rate of $10​ per student, with one free adult per every 10 paid students.

To learn more about the tours offered within this program, click here.