Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau

Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau
201 SW Keeler Ave
Phone: 918-336-8709
Toll Free: 800-364-8708
Fax: 918-337-0216

Bartlesville is where Oklahoma oil began.  Black gold built today's sophisticated city of art and fine architecture. Ride to the top of Frank Lloyd Wright's only finished skyscraper, the Price Tower, which houses an art gallery, a boutique inn and the elegant Copper Bar. Fill up on area history at one of the four downtown museums including the Price Tower, The Frank Phillips Home, the Phillips Petroleum Company Museum or the Bartlesville Area History Museum.  Visit the Nellie Johnstone, the first commercial oil well in Oklahoma or experience a child's paradise at the Kiddie Park, located in Johnstone Park and open during the summer months.

Discover Dewey too!  Dewey is the home of the Tom Mix Museum, the historic Dewey Hotel and Prairie Song, Indian Territory, a recreated pioneer village.  In Dewey you'll find antique delights in the quaint downtown and even an old-fashioned soda fountain at Linger Longer Antiques.   

If it's events you're looking for, in June you can tune into OK Mozart, a nine-day festival featuring world-class music of all genres and many other performances.  Sunfest brings in music, artists and food to create Oklahoma's largest outdoor picnic.  September brings Oklahoma Indian Summer complete with Native American art and pow-wows.  Dewey's Western Heritage Weekend includes a Tom Mix parade and an authentic wild west show.  The Tulsa Regional Fly-in at Frank Phillips Field in Bartlesville brings in high-flying fun and excitement.

At Woolaroc Ranch, Museum and Wildlife Preserve, the former country retreat of oilman Frank Phillips, roaming buffalo, fine art and amazing artifacts coexist.  Woolaroc is named for the woods, lakes and rocks that surround this more than 3,000 acres of beautiful Oklahoma landscape.  Woolaroc has a museum full of Native American art, Oklahoma history and stories of the early years of the Phillips Petroleum Company.  In addition, the annual Cow Thieves & Outlaws Reunion, a magical night under the stars, is held there each year. 

Bartlesville is a perfect weekend getaway for families, friends or just the two of you.  There's always something to explore in the city of legends.

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Facility Amenities: Handicapped Parking
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-75
Services Offered: Maps/Brochures Available
Monday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
From Hwy 75, take Frank Phillips Blvd west to Keeler Ave. Turn north on Keeler. The CVB & Chamber of Commerce are located in the Santa Fe Depot at 2nd St and Keeler.

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