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Did you know that Claremore is the home of the famous entertainer Will Rogers?

Best Way To Travel: Train, Car
#1 Thing To do: Will Rogers Memorial Museum
#2 Thing To do: The Nut House
#3 Thing To do: J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum

Fun Fact:
Claremore is the county seat of Rogers County, Oklahoma, United States.
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Claremore is a relatively small city from Oklahoma, with almost 19.000 residents living on an area of 12 squared miles. Located in Rogers County, as its county seat, Claremore was named in 1802 by the Osage Indians who lived in this area. They gave the area this name from their chief - Gra-moi. In the area, French men used to trade different types of merchandise, so they called the city Clairmont - mountain with a clear view. The name eventually changed in 1882 to the final form of Claremore that it bears today. Several notable people were residents of Claremore and among them singer Patti Page, astronaut Stuart Roosa and philanthropist Helen Walton, the wife of Wal-Mart founder - Sam Walton.

Top Attractions within Claremore

J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum
is the home of a collection of more than 20.000 firearms and other related objects gathered from all over the world. The museum has the name of its founder, who wanted to preserve history for the generations to come, giving them the opportunity to see the World's Largest Privately Owned Gun Collection.

Will Rogers Memorial
is a 20.000 squared foot museum in Claremore, opened in memory of entertainer Will Rogers. The museum is filled with artifacts, photos and memorabilia from its life and this is also the place where Will Rogers is buried. The museum opened 3 years after the entertainer's death, in 1938.

ynn Riggs Memorial
honors Claremore native Lynn Riggs, playwright author in the building of an old library in Claremore. He is the author of Green Grow the Lilacs on which famous musical Oklahoma! is based. The place has a collection of photographies and audio recordings of Lynn Riggs.
Belvidere Mansion is a historical house in Claremore. The vintage mansion - since 1920, has period pieces of furniture and is a great example of architecture of that time.
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