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Come Explore Woolaroc

Hidden away in the rugged Osage Hills, Woolaroc was the ranch retreat of oilman Frank Phillips. It is now a 3,700 acre wildlife preserve and world-class art museum. Come and see why Will Rogers called it “the most unique place in this country”.

Plan Your Visit
Plan Your Visit

Woolaroc is a wonderful and unique place to visit, whether you love hiking, history, animals, or art. Plan your visit today!  Learn more

Group Tours
Group Tours

Bringing your group to Woolaroc is sure to be a unique and memorable event! We would love to help you plan your tour and give your group the best experience possible.  Learn more

School Groups & Tours
School Groups

Frank Phillips not only cared for children, he felt a deep responsibility to share the history of our country and our state with future generations. Today at Woolaroc, the mission and dream of Frank Phillips lives on, and we would be honored to host your students!  Learn more

Western Art & History Museum
Museum

Not only does the Woolaroc Museum house one of the most outstanding western art collections in the world, you can also explore Frank Phillips' private collection of curiosities, including a race-winning monoplane and the world's largest collection of Colt rifles.  Learn more

Wildlife Preserve
Wildlife Preserve

More than 30 species roam freely on our 3,700 acre wildlife preserve, everything from native bison and longhorn cattle to exotic llamas and ostriches.  Learn more

the Woolaroc Lodge
Lodge

The Woolaroc Lodge ranch house was the country home of Frank and Jane Phillips, and the site of all their lavish parties with guests as varied as bank robbers, Native American chiefs, and East Coast investors.  Learn more

Mountain Man Camp
Mountain Man Camp

Come explore the Mountain Man Camp and learn how to throw a tomahawk, see the inside of a tipi, and experience life in the 1840s!  Learn more

Hiking & Nature Trails
Hiking Trails

Woolaroc is a beautiful place for a hike! We have extensive hiking trails running throughout our 3,700 acre wildlife preserve, and it's the perfect setting to get away from the busyness of life and enjoy nature.  Learn more

Animal Barn
Animal Barn

The animal barn is ever-changing, and includes animals such as rabbits, goats, chickens, peacocks, donkeys, sheep, and more. Come explore one of the most popular attractions at Woolaroc!  Learn more

Wildlife Gallery
Wildlife Gallery

Woolaroc's original bunkhouse has been transformed into a wildlife gallery! In our wildlife collection, we have all but one of the types of waterbirds in North America, as well as lions, baboons, and many other animals from Africa.  Learn more

Gift Shop
Gift Shop

The Woolaroc Museum Store has a wide variety of wonderful items for all ages, all year long. Stop by today for unique kitchenware, toys, handmade jewelry, Minnetonka footwear, clothing, and much more!  Learn more

Concessions
Concessions

Enjoy delicious sandwiches, snacks, and drinks from the Buffalo Haunt, located next to the Woolaroc Heritage Center. There are picnic tables and a covered pavilion at the adjacent picnic area, where you can eat your snack while enjoying the beauty of Woolaroc.  Learn more

Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs

We've answered all of our most-asked questions in one place. Check out our FAQ page to learn more about Woolaroc's history and to help you plan your visit.  Learn more

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