Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve

Woolaroc is nestled on 3,700 acres in the Osage Hills and is home to a world-class art museum, the historic Lodge home along with free grazing buffalo, deer, longhorns and more. The country home of oil man Frank Phillips is a monument to the history of the west and is listed on the Register of Historic Places in Washington, DC. Summer Hours/Memorial Day to Labor Day: 10-5 (Tues-Sun) Regular Hours: 10-5 (Wed-Sun).

On-Site Activities

  • Group Tours
  • Wildlife Watching / Photography



12 mi. S.W. of Bartlesville on Hwy. 123.


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