Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum
The Cherokee National Supreme Court was built in 1844 and is Oklahoma's oldest government building still standing today.
Exhibit areas tell the story of the Cherokee judicial system, with vintage photos and historical items bringing it all to life. Learn about the Cherokee written language and the evolution of Cherokee journalism. See one of the original printing presses of the Cherokee Advocate newspaper, along with authentic works from the Cherokee Phoenix, and more.
Admission is free.