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The importance of preserving local culture and developing local economies simply cannot be overstated. That’s why CNB actively promotes cultural and economic development through a variety of programs and initiatives in each community we serve.

Tourism

Visit Cherokee Nation

Visit Cherokee Nation – a cultural tourism effort – gives visitors opportunities to enjoy the many cultural touchstones and historically significant places of our tribe. We operate six museums, including the newly-opened Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah, with its collection of Smithsonian-quality artifacts.

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OSIYO: Voices of the Cherokee People

Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People is an Emmy-winning, documentary-style program featuring the people, places, history and culture of the Cherokee Nation. You can watch this show, free of charge, at osiyo.tv as well as broadcast statewide in Oklahoma on OETA (PBS) on Sundays at 3:30pm, statewide in Arkansas on AETN (PBS) on Sundays at noon and FNX-TV in select markets nationwide.

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As a part of Cherokee Nation Property Management, Cherokee Springs Plaza is a newly constructed mixed-use development in Tahlequah, OK. Anchored by Cherokee Casino Tahlequah with 700,000 visitors annually, this property also features high-visibility on a highway with a high traffic count - 28,583 vehicles per day. This property is now leasing custom spaces in the retail center and has three pad sites available.

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  • CNFO

The Cherokee Nation Film Office invites film and television projects to experience all the Cherokee Nation has to offer. From unique locations in northeastern Oklahoma to talent and crew databases, our film office serves as a liaison for your project. The mission of the Cherokee Nation Film Office is to increase the presence of Native Americans in every level of the film and television industries, while creating opportunities for economic development and jobs in the Cherokee Nation. Based in Tulsa and Tahlequah, the CNFO invites film and television projects to experience all the Cherokee Nation has to offer. From unique locations in northeastern Oklahoma to talent and crew databases, our film office serves as a liaison for your project.

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Work With Us

We have an endless amount of opportunities throughout three thriving sectors.

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