Play In Bartlesville
Walk Through History
Guides Available: Take a walking tour down this historic avenue and relive the past.
The past is remembered, and vividly alive, at this recreated 1800s pioneer village museum.
Prairie Wild Horse Refuge
Established in 1989 and dedicated
Fine Performances and Fine Art
Beautiful flowers, sheltering trees, and a statue called “Suspended Moment” complement the smooth curves, r
Phillips Petroleum Company Museum
Be inspired by the story of Phillips' transformation from a small Bartlesville business to a global energy enterprise.
Visitors to historic Johnstone Park can enjoy viewing a replica of the Nellie Johnstone #1, the first commercial oil well dr
Visit the Price Tower
Visit the tree that escaped the crowded forest.
Period furnishings, glassware, clothing and rare photographs of early day life of the area are displayed in this restored Vic
Depot and Info
Be sure and stop by for any additional information needed during your stay - visitors are always welcome!
Open 24 hours daily. Delicious buffet, exciting electronic games and poker tournaments, live music on weekends and hotel packag
Fly On In
Exhibitions of photographic and lithographic displays show the pectoral history of the biplane’s development and th
History in Community
Travel back in time to experience the growth and development of Bartlesville and surrounding areas.
The Glass Mansion
Tour the home of J. Wood & Eva Payne Glass.
"Creative Architecture" best describes the Redeemer Lutheran Church Education Building designed by well-known architect Bruce
Osage Stables Trail Rides
Trail rides open to those with no experiences- reservations required.
Where the last train ride is always free...
There's no place like Kiddie Park! Originated in 1947, the Bartlesville area Kiddie Park today boasts 18 amusement park rides f
Will Rogers Memorial
Take a short drive southeast to Claremore to visit the 9-gallery Will Rogers Memorial Museum.
Hitch a Ride
A historical treasure and a reminder of the important role trains of past played in the development of the area.
Safari Zoological Park
This park has become one of Southeast Kansas’ favorite attractions.
Nowhere else can you hear the story, see the art of hand-crafting these items and smell the scents in one unique tour!
Tom Mix was the first "King of the Cowboys."
The Wild West of Woolaroc
Woolaroc Ranch, Museum and Wildlife Preserve is an outstanding family attraction with both indoor and outdoor wiid west fun!
Visit the graves of Bartlesville's famous.
La Quinta Mansion
H.V. Foster, once known as the wealthiest man west of the Mississippi, located his new home on 152 acres, three miles from the
White Rose Cemetery
The Mission of White Rose Cemetery is to commemorate lives in surroundings of beauty and tranquility
Buffalo in Bartlesville
You can find our beautifully designed and painted buffalo all over Bartlesville!
The Wall of Honor
The Wall of Honor Veterans Memorial recognizes and honors veterans and current military personnel for the bravery and sacrifi
The Bartlesville Information Center provides literature on area attractions, events and hotels
Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
View the original tallgrass prairie and wildlife in its natural setting.
Nestled in lush rolling hills, this area was once an Osage Indian settlem
Frank Phillips Home
Experience the sumptuous town residence of oil baron Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum Company.