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Vegetarian Food Tour from Prague
"This adorable tour shows you the beauty of New Town and Old Town Prague. The tour is focused on a modern history and it shows the contrast between the present and our rich history. You will have the opportunity to sample food in several popular vegeta where the Velvet Revolution in 1989 took place. Discover a variety of attractions including Old Town Square the Astronomical Clock Republica Square Kings Road the Municipal house and Wenceslas Square. Also admire the sculptures of David Cerny - Franz Kafka and others. Keep a map especially made for you with recommended bio shops and restaurants. """
From EUR75.00
 
Prague Welcome Card
"The Prague Welcome Card will offer you great values and convenience free public transport (if option selected) free entrances to many great venues. As well as saving money you will often jump the ticket-queues. By purchasing this card you can enjoy entrance at the following attractions --Free entrance to the following historical Prague monuments: Klementinum PrahaAstronomical Clock Tower""""The Prague Welcome Card is your key to discovering the most interesting things Prague has to offer
From EUR30.00
 
Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center All Access Pass
"The Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center is a landmark attraction at the center of the Highway 76 strip. Come see for yourself why so many Branson vacationers feel this is one of the best things to do in the Ozarks.Hollywood Wax Museum< discover little-known facts about their pets pet peeves and accomplishments. Walk the red carpet sing with pop stars meet horror anti-heroes and even put on a wedding dress and marry a star! Castle of ChaosWhere can you find the first 5D attraction in the world? Right here in Branson’s Ozark Mountains where you can Join the Battle Against Evil and discover the fate of 1920s horror
From $30.00

More Things to Do in Tahlequah

The Bacone House

One of the oldest buildings in Tahlequah, the Bacone House was built in 1867, shortly after the end of the American Civil War. It is noteworthy both from a historic as well as architectural...
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Apr 04, 2011

Northeastern State University

Northeastern State University, originally founded by the Cherokee Nation as the Tahlequah Female Seminary, in 1891, is the oldest institution of higher learning in Oklahoma and one of the oldest west...
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Dec 21, 2006

Ivy-Duncan-Dannenburg Home

The Ivy-Duncan-Dannenburg Home, also known as the Jim Duncan Home, sits on Brookside, just across the street from the city park. It was built, Circa. 1888, by Augustus Ivey, a prominent Tahlequah...
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Dec 11, 2006

Brookside Park

This beautiful park stretches for several blocks along Town Creek in Tahlequah. It roughly parallels Muskogee Street, the main street of town, and runs about three blocks to the east of it.The park...
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Dec 11, 2006

Seminary Hall at NSU

The Cherokee Nation has always placed a preminum on education. In 1846 the Cherokee National Council aurhorized the establishment of two institutions of higher learning, the Cherokee National Male...
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Dec 10, 2006

Bedwell Home

This home was built by William Alston in 1906. It was later owned by D. R. Bedwell, a biology professor at the local Northeastern State University.The two story frame house is of the Free Classic...
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Dec 10, 2006
 
 
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Powell -Antoine House

The quaint Powell-Antoine Home was built in 1905 on land once owned by Cherokee Chief Downing. The street in front of the house is named for him. This is another historic house on the walking tour...
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Dec 10, 2006

Carnegie Library of Tahlequah

In 1805, two years before Oklahoma was admitted to the Union as the 47th state, this library was built, financed in part by a grant of $10,000 from Andrew Carnegie. It is still an active library...
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Dec 07, 2006

Johnson Thompson Home

The Johnson Thompson House, built in 1880, was the residence of the wealthy Tahlequah merchant who also built the two earlier homes on the tour, for his son and daughter. It is in yet another style...
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Dec 07, 2006

Jane Anna French Home

This ornate old house, built in 1889, was the home of the daughter of Johnson Thompson, whose home is next on the tour. It's design was influenced by several different styles.The brick and symmetry...
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Dec 07, 2006

The Dr. J. M. Thomspson House

The Thompson House was built in 1882 by Johnson Thompson, a wealthy Tahlequah merchant, for his son Dr. Joseph M. Thompson, health officer for the Cherokees and a private practicing pyhysician. The...
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Dec 07, 2006

Tahlequah Tourist Information Center

Just to the north, and across the street from the Old Cherokee Capitol is the Tahlequah Chamber of Commerce and a Tourist Information Center. This is an ideal place to get brochures and maps about...
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Dec 07, 2006

Cherokee National Jail

Built in 1874, this sandstone structure originally had three stories, and a gallows on the west side. When Oklahoma became a state, it became the Cherokee County Jail, and continued in use for a...
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Dec 07, 2006

Cherokee Nation Supreme Court Building

Even before the Cherokee Capitol Building was constructed, this brick structure was erected in 1844, as home of the Cherokee National Supreme Court. It is the oldest public building still standing in...
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Dec 07, 2006

Top Hotels in Tahlequah

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3296 S Muskogee Ave, Tahlequah, OK, 74464
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701 Holiday Drive, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 74464, United States
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101 Reasor Street, Tahlequah, OK, 74464
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1101 East Downing Street, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 74464, United States
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2501 S. Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, OK, 74464
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2600 South Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 74464, United States
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