Bet You Haven’t Been to This Claremore Landmark!


If we were to guess, you’ve probably driven past the Claremore Museum of History hundreds of times without even realizing what happens there.

The museum is housed in the old Will Rogers Library next to Gazebo Park. Recently, John Cary and Tom Pool, both active volunteers at the museum, appeared on KTUL’s Good Day Tulsa to talk about the museum and what it means to Claremore.

If you haven’t been, you need to stop by on Saturday. It’s really great.

The Claremore Museum of History is open Saturdays from 11a – 3p. Admission is $2 per person.

Watch the video HERE. It’s only four minutes long. Take a look! 


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