Journals Bartlesville

A Week In Bartlesville, OK

Created by ssullivan on July 28, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews
2 Stories

Incredible architecture, outstanding restaurants, interesting historical sites, and a great performing arts community all await you in this sleepy Northern Oklahoma prairie town of only 35,000 people.

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Oilman's Paradise is Best Kept Secret

Created by BijanBayne on November 17, 2005

1 Review

Woolaroc is just too much: a museum, a historic lodge, and a wildlife preserve all in one, built by Phillips Petroleum founder Frank Phillips.

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Bartlesville: Where Frank Lloyd Wright Struck Sky

Created by BijanBayne on October 4, 2005

1 Review

Bartlesville is a striking town- oil that is. I flew into nearby Tulsa, and stayed at a boutique hotel housed in the only skyscraper Frank Lloyd Wright ever built. From there, one may visit a wildlife preserve, a Western museum, and a vacation lodge--all three at nearby Woolaroc.

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Tall Grass Prairie Preserve in NE Oklahoma

Created by Wild Eyed Southern Boy on April 1, 2005

1 Review

While on my way to the Nature Conservancy's Tall Grass Prairie Preserve near Pawhuska, OK, I stayed at the elegant Phillips Hotel in Bartlesville, OK.

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Getaway in NE Oklahoma

Created by SMozingo on January 30, 2002

2 Reviews

Bartlesville has a jewel of a hotel, the Phillips Hotel, whether visiting on business, pleasure (I was there for a wedding), or just passing through.



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