Cherokee County Historical Museum, Murphy – North Carolina Thursdays September 10, 2020

Updated with corrected links – September 17, 2020

For this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post, I chose to look around Murphy, Cherokee County. There were several places that sounded interesting. I went with Cherokee County Historical Museum I thought it was a good choice for this week’s North Carolina Thursdays post. Call before planning a visit to see what the COVID-19 limitations are and if it’s open.

Official Website:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

9:00 am-3:00 pm


87 Peachtree St.
Murphy, NC 28906


Adults: $3.00
Children ages 6-17: $1.00
Children age 5 & under are free

Atlas Obscura: No listing located


Flickr:  (Some listings located)

Foursquare: No listing located

GenealogyTrails: No listing located


Google Maps:  Google Maps Murphy, North Carolina (Street View available)

HMDB: No listing located

Hometown Locator:,z,28906,p,cherokee%20county%20historical%20museum,i,840dnhpx-f765bc16c3d941cfb6ad31cc2277d21a.cfm



Landmarkhunter: No listing located

Linkedin: No listing located

National Register of Historic Places: No listing located

Only In Your State: No listing located


Roads and Kingdoms: No listing located

Roadside America: No listing located

RoadTrippers: No listing

Silly America: No listing located

Smoky Mountain News: One listing located

Snapchat: No listing located

This is my South: No listing located

Trip Advisor:

Trip Hobo: No listing located

Trip Shock: No listing located

Tumblr: Not seeing any listings for the museum

Twitch channel or search: No listing located  –


Vimeo channel or search: No videos located


VisitNC Smokies: No listing located

Waymarking: One listing located

Wikipedia: no article and link to website on

Yelp: One listing located

YouTube: Some videos located, but not all are about this museum

Past North Carolina Thursdays posts:

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Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's
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