Welcome to the Historic Belvidere Mansion

The Victorian-style Belvidere Mansion was constructed by the Bayless family in 1907. This three-story 9,000 sq. ft. home includes dining and living rooms, an intricately tiled foyer, bathrooms, bedrooms, and a kitchen. 
 The Belvidere's 2nd floor contains two historically furnished living quarters and the Rogers County Historical Society's archive room.  
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. 

The Belvidere resides within the historic district of downtown Claremore, Oklahoma, just off Route 66. The Bell family became owners of the Belvidere from the late 1920s to our modern times. The Rogers County Historical Society and friends became the owners and caretakers of the Belvidere Mansion in 1991.

Visit the Belvidere year-round or during one of our seasonal events.  A self-guided tour of the Belvidere Mansion is free and open to the public.  Within close proximity to other Claremore and Rogers County attractions, you'll want to stop by for lunch or shop for that special someone in the Belvidere Mansion Gift Shop.


The Pink House at
The Belvidere Mansion!

Claremore’s landmark restaurant The Pink House has moved into the first-floor dining rooms of the historic Belvidere Mansion.  Now, you can enjoy the exceptional dining experience that Claremore has come to expect from The Pink House while enjoying the vintage charm of the beautiful Belvidere Mansion. 

Monday - Saturday
11am - 2pm. 

We invite you to visit http://www.pinkhouseofclaremore.com for more details.

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