The Chief Vann home is an excellent place to visit. Relatively low admission fee and you will learn a lot about how the Cherokee lived before the great removal. There is a short film to give you a good overview, a small museum, and guided tour of the house. Grounds can be explored on your own before or after the house tour. I have visited many historic homes but was surprised and impressed with this one. It has a great story to tell and is one of the more uniquely constructed places I have seen. The guide even stated that it would be safer inside the house during a tornado than the more recently constructed visitor center.
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