Your group will Learn, Laugh and Be Inspired.
NEW Virtual Field Trips:
Bringing Will into the classroom
Group or School Tours
Open Daily: 10 AM - 5 PM (March 1 - November 10)
Seasonal Hours (November 11 - Feb 28): closed Monday, Tuesday, Thanksgiving and Christmas
Special arrangements for tours on Monday and Tuesday during seasonal hours may be made in advance. Please call office for more information, 918-343-8113.
Special Presentation by our interpreter - Bart Taylor
1-2 hour tour
Group Rates - $5 (min. 10 persons and driver admission free)
Group meal planning (consider lunch at the Birthplace Ranch)
Easy highway access
Great gift shop
Close to shopping and dining in Claremore
Theater at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum
Educational Room at Birthplace Ranch
We would love to come speak at your luncheon, dinner, reception or civil club. Inquire about our Virtual Visits!
One of our Will Rogers interpreters can speak for 20-30 minutes about the life of Will Rogers. We can assure you that it will be informative and entertaining.
Area Map of Memorial Museum in Claremore
Area Map of Birthplace Ranch near Oologah
With prior reservations, a guide meets conveyance vehicle at the door and boards motor coach to greet and instruct guests. Guests proceed to auditorium for orientation speech and film, then roam museum freely at will. Guide is available to answer questions. Four rest rooms; snacks and water available in the museum store.
Will Rogers interpreter greets tour, and instructs. Self-guided experience into 1870s, log-walled house and vintage barn. Living history Indian Territory ranch with livestock on grounds and video in classroom that seats 65.
The Claremore museum may be a two-hour PLUS experience. The birthplace ranch, located 12 miles north of the museum, is a 30-minute experience. Allow 20 minutes driving between sites.
Easy and large parking at both sites. All-weather roads. All handicap accessibility.
The Museum Store:
The Claremore museum features museum store with books, videos, and more than 100 other gift items reflective of Will Rogers, the Old West, Made in Oklahoma Products, and Route 66.