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We walked around for 10 minutes and no one ever came to see who came in or offer help, but the place smelled of popcorn so we were happy with that. There are all kinds of brochures for different activities. Most importantly, we walked out...More
An excellent stop for gathering information on things to do in and around Cherokee, NC. And there's always free coffee and popcorn! Everyone is very knowledgeable and helpful. A convenient place to get your Cherokee fishing permit or information about the pageant, "Unto These Hills".
My grandparents started bringing me to Cherokee every since I was at least 4 years old, Maybe younger, and this place has always been a must. No matter how many times we would go up there we always had to go to the visitor’s center....More
The children enjoyed the free popcorn and ducks. They also have free coffee. We sat and looked at the river out back. They have clean restrooms. The ladies that were working the desk were very helpful. Make sure to get the map of the local...More
We have been to this visitor center a lot and it's probably one of the best visitor's centers out there! The staff is always super friendly. They will point out things that are happening around town. They offer popcorn and coffee, just for stopping in!...More
Offered coffee and popcorn, little else..a few brochures and business cards available for local attraction, attendant on phone the entire time...would love to have been able to get more information on the area at the "visitor's center"
This is where you need to stop if you need information on what to do or what to see in Cherokee if you don't already know where your going or already have your plans figured out Staff is very friendly and loaded with information about...More
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As long as it is still leaf time in the mtns. there will be some shops and restaurants open in or near Cherokee. Nearby is Sylva and DIllsboro with restaurants and neat shops all year long. Bryson city is near also with good... More
As long as it is still leaf time in the mtns. there will be some shops and restaurants open in or near Cherokee. Nearby is Sylva and DIllsboro with restaurants and neat shops all year long. Bryson city is near also with good eating places. Although Idon't eat there the Casino has restaurants there and they never close. Fast foods always open, McDonalds and Hardee's right in Customer and waffle House..