Re-Opening Information

Due to the worsening number of covid infections in Bartlesville and state wide and for the safety of guests and employees, masks are required inside all buildings at Woolaroc for all guests (and employees) age 6 and up effective Wednesday, November 18.
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Bob Fraser, Chief Executive Officer of The Frank Phillips Foundation, announced in May, 2020, the re-opening plan of Woolaroc and The Frank Phillips Home. We successfully re-opened the Museum, Lodge, Mountain Man Camp, Animal Barn, Bunkhouse Gallery, and Walking Trails on Wednesday, May 20th. Guests may now enjoy most facilities with paid admission, Tuesday - Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm. We will continue to ask guests to be considerate of other guests by distancing in the Museum, Gift Shop, and the Lodge. Our number one focus continues to be the health and safety of our employees, docents, and guests. Fortunately, at Woolaroc we have 3,700 acres and the museum has 50,000 square feet which makes social distancing a bit easier for us. Our employees who are dealing with the public will be required to wear masks and while we encourage guests to do the same, it will not be required.

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