Vacation Ideas: 17 Places to See With Kids in North Carolina
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8. See “Unto These Hills” in Cherokee.
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Cherokee | cherokeehistorical.org/theatre.html
The historical outdoor drama is performed nightly (except Sundays) from late May until mid-August at the Mountainside Theatre in Cherokee. The play tells the story of the Cherokee tribe’s highest point of power, the Trail of Tears and present day. The first version of the play opened in July 1950, making the production one of the longest-running outdoor historical dramas in the U.S.
Cost: Call 866-554-4557.
Nearby attractions: Oconaluftee Indian Village, Museum of the Cherokee Indian, Great Smoky Mountains National Park