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Christmas at the Belvidere

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Claremore's Victorian Mansion is decorated in full for the holidays. Guests can enjoy touring the mansion, shopping in the gift shop and the extended holiday collections of special items for the special someone. Enjoy lunch at the Tea Room in the mansion and stay to hear some of the fabulous ghost stories.

Christmas at the Belvidere is an attraction that draws visitors from across state lines. This fundraiser is especially important, because it supplies much of the operating budget for the following year. A large group of talented and dedicated members and volunteers meticulously prepare the mansion for this yearly event.

The gift shop is open all year long, but during Christmas the entire mansion gets a special holiday makeover with Christmas trees, decorated fireplace mantels and woodwork festooned with seasonal garlands. During Claremore’s Dickens Days in late November, the Belvidere is open in the evening so guests can experience the magic of a dozen or more sparkling trees. Volunteers, who plan and purchase finery throughout the year, spend many hours preparing for the grand opening and “lights on” in early November.

Christmas at the Belvidere is the perfect place to create unforgettable holiday memories that will last a lifetime. Bring family and friends to have lunch in the Tea Room and complete holiday shopping all in one relaxed setting. The mansion is dazzling at this time of year. Plus, with every purchase you make, you are helping to preserve the Belvidere Mansion for everyone to enjoy in years to come!

We thank you for your patronage and look forward to seeing you for Christmas at the Belvidere!



Christmas at the Belvidere

Address : Belvidere Mansion, 101 N. Chickasaw Ave Claremore OK
Phone : 918 342 1127   (Always call and confirm events.)

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