Woolaroc Ranch, Museum and Wildlife Preserve
Bartlesville, OK 74006
Toll Free: 888-966-5276
The name of the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve is derived from three words - woods, lakes and rock. Although these words say so much about the natural environment, they don’t begin to describe everything Woolaroc has to offer.
This Bartlesville establishment serves as a working ranch, museum and wildlife preserve that welcomes countless visitors each year. The 3,600-acre property was established in 1925 as a retreat for oilman and founder of Phillips Petroleum Company, Frank Phillips. Today, the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve is an educational and entertaining hub situated in the breathtaking Osage Hills of northeast Oklahoma.Visitors to the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve in Bartlesville are reminded of the natural environment, cultural heritage and history of early America at every turn. Begin with a tour of the Woolaroc Museum, which reveals the cultural heritage and lifestyles of some of the first Western residents. Artifacts from about 40 different tribes are displayed on the Bartlesville property, including authentic pieces that trace prehistoric civilizations. Visitors can view beaded buckskins and feather bonnets from the Plains tribes, as well as homemade items like baskets, pottery and blankets from the Navajo, Apache, Hopi and Pueblos located in Arizona and New Mexico.
Facility Amenities: Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop, Meeting Space Available
Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available
Tour Information: Guided Tours
Also open Tuesday Memorial Day - Labor Day.
Located 12 miles SW of Bartlesville on Hwy 123.
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