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Hidden Treasure

We have been to this town several times and have done most of the history places. They are all... read more

Reviewed 24 May 2017
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So enjoyed everything about the visit to the Tahlequah History Trail. The way the story unfolds is... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2017
Sue H
London, United Kingdom
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23 May 2017
“Hidden Treasure ”
23 Apr 2017
Tahlequah, OK
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Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

We have been to this town several times and have done most of the history places. They are all worth it! We didn't know this trail existed until read on trip advisor! You will need to look up the map on your phone for this...More

Thank OnTheRoadMamaG
Reviewed 23 April 2017

So enjoyed everything about the visit to the Tahlequah History Trail. The way the story unfolds is both moving and sensitive. This is one of the most interesting things to see in Tahlequah, and gives a great insight into the history and the suffering of...More

Thank Sue H
Reviewed 29 October 2016

Many of the stops have no markers to indicate what happened there or its significance. We gave up after going to about 8 sites. Was very disappointed.

1  Thank donnamour1969
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Beautiful paved walking trail through the 'woods' behind the Murrell Home historic site. No bikes or skateboards allowed. There is a bird bath tucked into one of the alcoves and the remains of a outdoor movie theatre with fire pit (in the 70's this was...More

Thank MsGenia
Reviewed 9 July 2016

The Cherokee Nation is centered in Tahlequah, OK. High school students attend Sequoia and live in dorms. They are Cherokee children who are finding their way. The Tahlequah History Trail is a museum and historical monument depicting the Trail of Tears as the proud Cherokee...More

3  Thank gordonrlangford
Reviewed 4 June 2016

My Cherokee ancestor left the tribe, moving to the Delta, one generation before the Trail of Tears. My family migrate north as far as SE Missouri, so I grew up close to one of the trails. I was familiar with the stories and studied the...More

2  Thank NorforkFisherman
Reviewed 17 February 2016

There is not too much to this trail, but what is there is fun to learn about and see. There are signs that were sufficient, in my opinion, to guide you easily through the trail and steer you to where you need to go. I...More

2  Thank Okieamber
Reviewed 25 September 2015

It's a bit hard to navigate at times, but very informative! There are some very beautiful landmarks along the trail, we couldn't visit them all!

Thank Andrea P
Reviewed 9 September 2015

Not well marked but the house and history were interesting. It is self guided and you may take pictures inside the house. There were woman from the historical society there to get us started and answer any questions we had. History buffs will like this...More

1  Thank Christina R
Reviewed 20 July 2015

Old southern mansion saved during the war. Built by the Scottsman Murrel who had married a daughter of Cherokee Chief John Ross. The ole place was refurbished through the Cherokee tribe, and a granddaughter, who had played there as a child, had sought out the...More

3  Thank SanctuaryJAB
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Amber N
10 October 2015|
Response from Andrea P | Reviewed this property |
It's an outdoor trail that doesn't close that I know of, though I wouldn't encourage walking it after dark. The Cherokee Supreme Court Museum that is along the trail closes at 5 if you wanted to make that part of the... More