The seat of Rogers County, Claremore is a city of more than 18,000 people. Visit the city on a charter bus in Claremore, Oklahoma.
A charter bus in Claremore, Oklahoma can take you to:
Check out the Claremore Expo Center, where you can catch different events such as trade shows, tractor pulls, motorcycle and car shows, monster truck events, livestock shows, dog shows and concerts. This is where you would be if you are attending the yearly Blue Grass & Chili Festival, the Green Country Classic Ranch Rodeo, the Rogers County Spring Livestock Show, and the Rogers County Fall Free Fair.
Meanwhile, you can also go to the J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum, where you have the biggest collection of guns. The museum has at least 14,000 guns on display. More than that, you also have a large collection of statuaries, swords, Indian artifacts, steins, antique musical instruments, and other interesting artifacts.
And then go to the Robson Performing Arts Center where you can watch musical concerts, musicals, plays and other events. And then head on to A Gallery of the Arts, which represents at least 50 artists and artisans from all over the state. There is always an exhibit or an event happening here no matter what time of the year you visit.
Check out the city's downtown area where you could buy from at least 250 antique dealers, as well as get your fill of home decors, art, collectibles, and other retailers.
The RSU Hillcat basketball teams play at the Claremore Expo Center. You can also visit the Claremore Super Recreation Center, which has 80,000 square feet of space that includes volleyball, racquetball, basketball and tennis courts, an indoor track, and a Olympic sized swimming pool.
There are two golf courses in the city that you can play on: Heritage Hills Golf Course and Scissortail Golf Course.
There are several sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Eastern University Preparatory School was founded in 1909 and later on became the Rogers State University. The Belvidere Mansion was built by John M. Bayless in the 1900s and has a Victorian architecture. The mansion is open for shopping and tours. The Will Rogers Hotel started out with more than six dozen rooms and seven apartments. It was renovated in the 1990s and is now known as the Will Rogers Center. And you can tour the lobby and the second floor from Monday through Saturdays. Other nationally registered sites are Claremore Auto Dealership, Maurice Meyer Barracks, and Mendenhall's Bath House.
Visit the Claremore Museum of History and learn more about the city's past. You can also find the Lynn Riggs Memorial at the site, honoring the author and playwright. Or go down the historic Route 66. Claremore has around 40 miles of the historic road that features several iconic structures, including the Nut House and Hot Mama’s Deli, the Chelsea Motel, the Big Blue Whale, Oak Hills Winery, the world’s biggest Totem Pole, and the Twin Bridges. Then check out the Will Rogers Birthplace, which was built in the 1870s and has a vernacular Greek revival architecture.
Check out what the Roberdes Family Vineyard & Winery has in store for you. You have 15 acres of space, which is home to more than 950 vines and three grape varieties. Come and taste their fine wines. You could also experience the finest agri-tourism activities at Shepherd's Cross farm and at Swan Bros. Dairy. You should also see the Totem Pole Park, where you could find the biggest totem pole in the world. The park has nine acres of space and features a gift shop where you could find an interesting collection of fiddles. It also has a nature preserve.
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