This family owned gift shop was established in 1958 and is now considered a landmark of historic Route 66.

Cherokee Trading Post offers a rich selection of handcrafted Native American artifacts, including high quality turquoise and silver jewelry, beaded moccasins, dolls, pottery, sculptures, paintings, and knives.  Also look for rattlesnake wearables, leather apparel and accessories, Black Hills gold, handmade Oklahoma crafts and Route 66 souvenirs.

Ever tried a buffalo burger?   Well now's your chance!  Cherokee Restaurant offers an extensive menu with HUGE portions at great prices...and don't forget to have one of their homemade pies!  Over the years, visitors to Oklahoma have proclaimed it to be one of the region's top dining experiences.

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