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Hours

  • Regular Hours:
    Open Wed-Sun, 10am-5pm
  • Summer Hours (Memorial Day - Labor Day):
    Open Tue-Sun, 10am-5pm
  • Mountain Man Camp
    Opens March 16th
  • Animal Barn
    Opens March 16th

Admission

We accept credit cards
  • Adults – $14
  • Military Discount – $10
  • Over 65 – $12
  • Children 12 and younger are FREE
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• Woolaroc facilities are wheelchair accessible • GROUNDS AND MUSEUM ONLY are leashed‑pet‑friendly

Directions

  1. Take US Highway 75 north from Tulsa, Oklahoma
  2. Exit at OK State Highway 20 and proceed left (west) four miles to Skiatook, OK
  3. Turn right (north) at the first traffic light onto OK State Highway 11
  4. Proceed north or west on OK State Highway 11 to OK State Highway 123
  5. Turn right on OK State Highway 123
  6. Proceed eight (8) miles to the Woolaroc entrance on the left
  1. Travel south to Bartlesville, OK
  2. Exit right onto US 60 West (Adams Blvd) into Bartlesville, OK
  3. Proceed west through Bartlesville to OK State Highway 123
  4. Turn left (south) on OK State Highway 123
  5. Go twelve (12) miles to the front entrance of Woolaroc on the right
  1. Follow US 60 to the west into Bartlesville (Nowata Road)
  2. Cross US 75 and proceed west through Bartlesville (Adams Blvd) to OK State Highway 123
  3. Turn left (south) on OK State Highway 123
  4. Go twelve (12) miles to the front entrance of Woolaroc on the right
  1. As you enter Bartlesville, turn right (south) on OK State Highway 123
  2. Go twelve (12) miles to the front entrance of Woolaroc on the right
  1. Turn right (east) on OK State Highway 11 just south of Pawhuska, OK
  2. Proceed on OK State Highway 11 through Barnsdall, OK
  3. Turn left (north) on OK State Highway 123
  4. Proceed eight (8) miles to the Woolaroc entrance on the left
1925 Woolaroc Ranch Rd, Bartlesville, OK 74003, United States
Woolaroc
  • 1925 Woolaroc Ranch Rd, Bartlesville
  • 918-336-0307
  • Regular Hours: Wed-Sun, 10AM-5PM
  • Summer Hours (Memorial day - Labor day): Tue-Sun, 10AM-5PM

Attractions

We want everyone to be able to enjoy the beautiful legacy Frank Phillips left us, so all facilities are wheelchair accessible.

Woolaroc is pet-friendly! Well behaved dogs are welcome ON THE GROUNDS AND IN THE MUSEUM ONLY and must remain on a leash at all times. Service dogs are allowed in all facilities.

Our grounds are also a beautiful location to take pictures! Amateur photographers are welcome at any time during our normal hours. No flash photography is allowed in the museum. If you’re a professional photographer, please contact us to set up a time for you photo shoot. We hope you enjoy your visit to Woolaroc!

Itineraries

  1. Arrive at the Gate 10:00AM
  2. Wildlife Drive Through, allow approx. 20 minutes
  3. Park & Visit the Welcome Center for a Restroom Break
  4. Enjoy the outdoor Playground from 10:30 - 11:15AM
  5. Say hello to our child-friendly Animal Barn at 11:15 - 11:45AM
    1. • Animal Barn open seasonally, March 16th through Labor Day. Outdoor area open year-round.
  6. Eat lunch at the Prairie Dome Cafe
  7. Explore the Museum from 1:15 - 3:00PM
  8. Find your favorite souvenier at the GIft Shop at 3:00PM
  9. Pack in your vehicle and drive to follow the exit signs, but before you leave the gates, get a taste of fur trader life in the 1840s at our interactive Mountain Man Camp (only open March 16 – Labor Day) 3:20 - 4:00PM
  10. Drive to Gate Exit 4:00PM
  1. Arrive at the Gate 10:00AM
  2. Wildlife Drive Through, allow approx. 20 minutes
  3. Park & Visit the Welcome Center for a Restroom Break
  4. Exercise it out at the outdoor Playground from 10:30 - 11:00AM
  5. Say hello to our child-friendly Animal Barn at 11:15 - 11:45AM
    1. • Animal Barn open seasonally, March 16th through Labor Day. Outdoor area open year-round.
  6. Grab some lunch at the Prairie Dome Cafe
  7. Make a quick stop while you’re in the Welcome Center for a Restroom Break
  8. Find your little tyke a souvenir at the Gift Shop inside the Museum at 11:30PM
  9. NAP TIME: Load up and Drive past Clyde Lake to Gate Exit 1:00PM
  1. Arrive at the Gate 10:00AM
  2. Wildlife Drive Through, allow approx. 20 minutes
  3. Stop in at the 1840’s Mountain Man Camp to experience the life of a fur trader (only open March 16 through Labor Day), allow 30min - 1hr for this activity
  4. Park & Visit the Welcome Center for a Restroom Break
  5. Explore the Museum & Gift Shop from 11:30 - 1:00PM
  6. Eat lunch at the Prairie Dome Café 1:00 - 2:00PM
  7. Climb the staircase on the Welcome Center up to the birds nest outlook, approx. 15 min.
  8. Walk over to the Lodge for a quick look inside life on the Ranch where the outlaws met to play games and had a good bite to eat. The patio overlooks Clyde Lake with spectacular views for selfies. 2:30 - 3:00PM
  9. Escape into Nature on our scenic Hiking & Nature Trails surrounded by the beauty of nature from 3:00PM - 3:45PM
  10. Load up and Drive past Clyde Lake to Gate Exit 4:00PM
  1. Arrive at the Gate 10:00AM
  2. Wildlife Drive Through, allow approx. 20 minutes
  3. Park & Visit the Welcome Center for a Restroom Break
  4. Escape into Nature on our scenic Hiking & Nature Trails surrounded by the beauty of nature from 10:30AM - 11:30AM
  5. Marvel at the rustic beauty of The Woolaroc Lodge and romantic patio overlooking Clyde Lake from 11:30 - 12:00PM
  6. Eat lunch at the Prairie Dome Café at Noon
  7. Explore the Museum from 1:00 - 3:15PM
  8. Find your favorite souvenir at the Gift Shop at 3:15PM
  9. Sweep your loved one off their feet and back into your vehicle, Drive past Clyde Lake to Gate Exit 4:00PM
  1. Arrive at the Gate 10:00AM
  2. Wildlife Drive Through, allow approx. 20 minutes
  3. Get a taste of the way life was like for a fur trader in the 1840s at our interactive Mountain Man Camp (only open March 16-Labor Day) from 10:20AM - 11:00AM
  4. Park & Visit the Welcome Center for a Restroom Break
  5. Wander down the pathway to the rustic Woolaroc Lodge, completed in 1927 for Frank Phillips, used for entertainment and business deals with investors, Native American Chiefs and outlaws, one of the most unusual lodge-type structures of its time from 11:15AM-12:00PM
  6. Eat lunch at the Prairie Dome Café in the Welcome Center at Noon
  7. There’s just so much to see, you will want to explore to the Museum from 1:00 - 3:30PM
  8. Find your favorite souvenir at the Gift Shop at 3:30PM
  9. Load up and Drive past Clyde Lake to Gate Exit 4:00PM
  1. Arrive at the Gate 10:00AM
  2. Wildlife Drive Through, allow approx. 20 minutes
  3. On the way in, turn off to see what the way life was like for a fur trader in the 1840s at our interactive Mountain Man Camp (only open March 16 - Labor Day) from 10:20 - 11:00AM
  4. Park & Visit the Welcome Center for a Restroom Break
  5. Youngsters won’t want to miss the Playground from 11AM - 12:00PM
  6. The young and young-at-heart will love our child-friendly Animal Barn next to the Playground
    1. • Animal Barn open seasonally, March 16th through Labor Day. Outdoor area open year-round.
  7. Eat lunch at the Prairie Dome Café in the Welcome Center at Noon
  8. Explore the Museum from 1:00 - 2:30PM
  9. Either Escape into Nature on our scenic Hiking & Nature Trails that offer everything from a leisurely stroll to a more adventurous hike, all surrounded by the beauty of nature or visit Frank Phillip’s 1927 Lodge overlooking Clyde Lake from 2:30 - 3:15PM
  10. Find your favorite souvenir at the Gift Shop inside the Museum at 3:15PM
  11. Pack up your vehicle and drive past Clyde Lake to Gate Exit 4:00PM

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Discover OK

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Cow Thieves and Outlaws

What began as a party in 1927, when Bartlesville oilman Frank Phillips played host to cowboys, socialites, thieves, bankers, and lawmen at his country estate, is now an annual tradition that preserves the history and heritage of the American West.

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