Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve
The name Woolaroc is derived from three words – the woods, lakes and rocks that make up the beautiful Osage Hills where Woolaroc is located. This 3,700 acre ranch of oil tycoon Frank Phillips is home to buffalo, elk, and longhorn cattle – just to begin with.
Woolarock boasts a 50,000 sq ft world-class museum sure to amaze. Will Rogers once said of Woolaroc, “It’s the most unique place in this country.”
Woolaroc is located on Oklahoma State Highway 123 twelve miles southwest of Bartlesville, Oklahoma and eight miles east of Barnsdall, Oklahoma.
Admission: Adults $14
Over 65: $12
Children 12 and younger are FREE!
FALL & WINTER SCHEDULE
- Open Wed-Sun, 10am-5pm
- Mountain Man Camp closed
- Animal Barn open weekends through Wonderland of Lights
(MEMORIAL DAY-LABOR DAY)
- Closed Mon (Open Memorial Day and Labor Day)
- Open Tue-Sun, 10am-5pm
- Mountain Man Camp Open Tue-Sun, beginning the week of Spring Break, 10am-4:30pm
1925 Woolaroc Ranch Rd, Bartlesville, OK 74003