Bartlesville Community Center
300 SE Adams Blvd,
Bartlesville, OK 74003
9:00 am - 5:00 am
Saturday & Sunday tours offered by appointment only.
The Bartlesville Community Center was designed by Wesley Peters, chief architect of Taliesin West–The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Beautiful flowers, sheltering trees, and a statue called “Suspended Moment” complement the smooth curves, rounded lines and earth tone colors that make up the unusual architectural style of the Bartlesville Community Center. The exterior earth colors are continued inside the Community Center where you will find circular ramps leading to different levels and Crystalline light fixtures that are suspended like icicles from the meeting hall ceilings. An acoustically superb performance hall that seats over 1,700 is the main focus of the Community Center and is considered to be “…one of the finest concert halls in this country,” said Ransom Wilson, Conductor of the Solisti New York Orchestra. Also found within is the world’s largest cloisonné artwork, a mural that is 25 feet long and depicts a stylized northeastern Oklahoma countryside. The Bartlesville Community Center is a wonderful tribute to the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and a must see for any architecture fan.
Business hours closed holidays. Open for special events.
Admission Free for Tours
Audio/visual equipment available
Catering kitchen available