Cruise Claremore

J M Davis Gun Museum

Home to the unique collection of J.M. Davis of over 12,000 firearms and thousands of non-firearm artifacts ranging from Old West saddles and spurs, John Rogers statuary, Toby mugs and Beer Steins, World War I posters, and local Claremore and Rogers county history.

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RSU Nature Reserve

This public nature Reserve is a 100-acre outdoor classroom located on the Rogers State University campus in Claremore, OK. Students of all ages use the Reserve as a living textbook to learn the value of conserving our natural resources./p>View More

Rogers State University

The Claremore campus is accentuated with some of the largest and most elaborate sculptures located on any university campus in Oklahoma, including sculptures of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln. All major historic buildings on the Claremore campus have been renovated. Preparatory Hall and Meyer Hall are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. RSU’s beautiful main campus also features a military museum, an art gallery, Will Rogers Auditorium, two lakes, a 120-acre nature conservatory, amphitheater, and nature trails for the community./p>View More

Will Rogers Memorial

The Will Rogers Memorial Museum is a 19,052-square-foot museum on the hill that memorializes entertainer Will Rogers. The museum houses artifacts, memorabilia, photographs, and manuscripts pertaining to Rogers' life, and documentaries, speeches, and movies starring Rogers are shown in a theater.

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Claremore Main Street

We are where Claremore’s historic past and present meet to shop, dine and unwind. Come eat world class dining, stroll our many shops, and see history like the famous Will Rogers Motel.

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Pink House at Belvidere Mansion

The Victorian style Belvidere Mansion was constructed by the Bayless Family in 1907. This three-story 9,000 sq. ft. home includes a restaurant, intricately tiled foyer, bathroom, and kitchen. The Belvidere's 2nd floor contains two historically furnished living quarters, a bathroom, archive room, and gift shop. The 3rd floor is a spacious 3,200 sq. ft. ballroom, which makes a wonderful destination spot for weddings, or special events, providing a scenic view of the City of Claremore. /p>View More

Claremore MoH - Museum of History

Focused on preserving Claremore's history, the Claremore Museum of History brings the town's past to life. It showcases famous people from Claremore as well as old photos and historic artifacts. Organized, developed and run by a group of dedicated volunteers, the museum is a must-stop for all history buffs

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Local- MUST SEE Destinations

Totem Pole Park -Foyil OK (15mi North Route 66)

Of the many spectacular things to see in Rogers County, the World's Largest Totem Pole has to be one of the most impressive. This icon was the creative genius of Ed Galloway, who developed the park as a monument to the Native American. The centerpiece of the nine-acre park, the Totem Pole, rises from the back of an enormous turtle.

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Blue Whale - Catoosa (15 mi South Route 66)

Just beyond the Verdigris River bridges, a new Route 66 attraction was established in Catoosa in the early 1970s, which soon became one of the most recognizable sites on route 66. The Blue Whale attraction was built by Hugh Davis as an anniversary gift to his wife Zelta, who collected whale figurines. Hugh and Zelta had over 40 years of zoological experience when Hugh built the 80 foot long grinning Blue Whale.

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