The Belvidere Mansion in Claremore offers visitors a delightful dining experience in an historic mansion. The three-story, 9,000 square foot mansion was constructed the same year that Oklahoma gained statehood status, 1907. Today it is cared for by the Rogers Country Historical Society.
Local favorite, The Pink House is located on the first floor and boasts a menu of tempting dishes from savory sandwiches and salads to delectable desserts; there’s even a tea service offered. It’s an ideal luncheon spot for your celebratory lunch, business meeting, bridal shower or for any reason. If you are looking for event space there's a 3,200 square foot ballroom located on the third floor.
Located just off historic Route 66 the Belvidere Mansion is convenient to many antique and specialty shops in downtown Claremore. Any time of year is ideal to visit and located next door is the Lynn Riggs Memorial, author of “Green Grow the Lilacs” that ultimately became the stage and movie production “Oklahoma!”
Make plans today with friends or family to visit the Belvidere Mansion and The Pink House.