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Free Admission Day – Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve

Posted: April 03, 2019

Join us, Sunday, April 14, at Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve for FREE Admission Day! Learn to throw a tomahawk at Mountain Man Camp, explore our hiking trails, pet cuddly critters in the animal barn, and discover new favorites in our world-class museum. All for free!

Founded in 1925 by oilman Frank Phillips, Woolaroc is a 3,700-acre working ranch that has a 50,000 square foot museum with a collection described by Christie’s of New York as “one of the finest collections of southwest art in the world”.  In addition to the incredible museum, Woolaroc has the original Lodge home and a large herd of bison, elk, longhorn cattle, scotch highland cattle, and more.  Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C., Woolaroc is located 12 miles SW of Bartlesville, Oklahoma and 45 miles NW of Tulsa, Oklahoma on State Highway 123.  Visit www.woolaroc.org for more information.

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