Sequoyah Birthplace Museum is 1 mi. e. of US 411 at 576 SR 360. The museum honors Sequoyah, the soldier and statesman who created the Cherokee alphabet. Visitors can hear Cherokee myths and legends, examine the Cherokee syllabary, walk a 1.5-mile shoreline trail and learn about the history and culture of the Cherokee.
The Cherokee Memorial holds the remains of 18th-century Cherokees excavated from burial sites in the Little Tennessee Valley.