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Bartlesville Visitors Guide 2015

Tourism Guide

Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau

201 SW Keeler • Bartlesville, OK 74003
918-336-8709 • 800-364-8708

Welcome to Bartlesville!

At the heart of “Green Country”, Bartlesville, an unexpected gem
nestled next to the beautiful Osage Hills, and built on the history
of the American West, is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in

With exceptional museums, outstanding architecture and one-
of-a-kind cultural events, Bartlesville is the place for history,
families and fun. This is the town where Oklahoma oil began and
is 45 miles north of Tulsa on US Hwy 75. Attractions such as the
Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Price Tower, Woolaroc Museum &
Wildlife Preserve, and Discovery 1 Park – home to the Nellie
Johnstone No. 1 (Oklahoma’s first commercial oil well) – all have
roots in Oklahoma oil history.

Other attractions – the Frank Phillips Home, Phillips Petroleum
Company Museum and the Bartlesville Area History Museum –
tell even more of the story. Pair any of these with our outstanding
events and you have the makings of a great vacation experience.

Yet, this Oklahoma legend is also about fun! Children of all ages
enjoy the Kiddie Park, or Frontier Pool with a splash pad, leisure
pool and water slides. Both are great for enjoying time with children
and grandchildren.

Events in the area combine music, food and the arts with an
Oklahoma feel. Sunfest Arts and Music Festival is touted as
Oklahoma’s largest outdoor picnic and has everything from original
music to funnel cakes and corn dogs to unique art. OK Mozart is
a premier music festival which attracts visitors and guest artists
from around the world. Classical music is the cornerstone of this
festival, but artists also come from bluegrass, pop, country and the
theatre. Woolaroc hosts summer events such as the Mountain Man
camps, OK Mozart’s outdoor concert with fireworks and KidsFest.
Oklahoma Indian Summer celebration showcases nationally
known artists and beautiful traditional attire and dancing.

The Bartlesville area recently served as the setting for two major
motion pictures – “To the Wonder”, produced by Redbud pictures
and directed by Bartlesville native Terrence Malick and starring
Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams and Javier Bardem,
is a visually stunning film released in 2012; and in 2013, The
Weinstein Company released “August: Osage County” starring
Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and a host of talented actors. The film
is based on a play by Oklahoma native, Tracy Letts.

We look forward to being your warm and welcoming host!

Maria Swindell Gus, Executive Director

Bartlesville Convention and Visitors Bureau
201 SW Keeler • Bartlesville, OK 74003
918-336-8709 • 800-364-8708 •


Major Events Oklahoma Indian Summer
Northeast Oklahoma’s premiere Native American Indian festival!
Additional Events and Dates: This colorful festival features an art competition with juried art
show, gallery exhibit, traditional arts and crafts, children’s games,
April Oil Flyer Train Excursion Native films and intertribal pow-wow. September 17-20, 2015.
May Stray Kat Kar Show, 918-397-2125 •
May Delaware Pow Wow,
June Sunfest, Cultural Groups
June OK Mozart Festival 918-336-9900 or 918-336-9800
Broadway in Bartlesville: 918-336-2787 or 800-618-2787
June Antique & Collectible Fair & Sale
June Woolaroc Kidsfest, Bartlesville Symphony: 918-336-2787 or 800-618-2787
July 4th of July Celebrations
July Glen Winget American Legion Baseball Tournament
July H.O.T. Street Party, Bartlesville Choral Society: 918-336-2787 or 800-618-2787
Aug Green Country Rodeo,
Sept Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival,
Sept Dewey Western Heritage Weekend Bartlesville Community Concert Association:
Oct Downtown Bartlesville Ghostwalk 918-336-2787 or 800-618-2787,
Oct Kiddie Park SpookARama,
Nov Fantasyland of Lights, Bartlesville Civic Ballet: 918-336-2787 or 800-618-2787
Nov Woolaroc Wonderland of Lights,
Dec Kiddie Park Christmas to Remember
Dec Dewey and Bartlesville Christmas Parades Children’s Musical Theatre: 918-336-0558
OK Mozart International Festival
The week long festival features the enchanting sounds of orchestral Theater Bartlesville: 918-336-1900
and chamber concerts featuring world-renowned guest artists and
the Amici New York orchestra to the citizens of Bartlesville and
the mid-America region. The week-long festival showcases stellar
performances by professional orchestra musicians and Grammy-
award winners along with a variety of jazz, contemporary music,
bluegrass and Broadway show tunes.

OK Mozart festival takes place June 6-12, 2015 in Bartlesville
with daytime and evening concerts as well as some 60 Showcase
Events that are free of charge. The Festival is made possible
through the support of the Oklahoma Arts Council, as well as
corporate, individual, and foundation patrons throughout the
United States.
918-336-9900 •

Western Heritage Weekend
Enjoy Oklahoma’s Western Heritage at its finest! A two-day kid
friendly celebration that includes a Western Day Parade and free
Tom Mix Festival with longhorn cattle drive in downtown Dewey,
then head to Prairie Song I.T. for the Wild West Show with trick
riding, roping and shooting. Fourth weekend of September.
918-336-8709 or 918-534-1555 • •

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All historical photos courtesy Bartlesville Area History Museum.

Our Story The Boom…
In 1899 the AT&SF Railroad completed its depot on the south
Humble Beginning…
Oklahoma’s commercial oil and gas industry was born in 1897 bank, the first oil trains departed for Kansas refineries and Jake
Bartles moved his store north to found the town of Dewey, named
in Bartlesville, Indian Territory, when the Cudahy No. 1 “Nellie after Admiral George Dewey, whose victory at Manila Bay was
Johnstone” oil well came in a gusher. current news.

Investors George Keeler and William Johnstone came to this The prospect of oil was a magnet for oilmen, lease hounds,
area of the Cherokee, Delaware and Osage in the early 1870’s to drillers and roustabouts. By 1904 over 100 wells had been drilled
engage in the lucrative fur trade. Other traders included Nelson in the Bartlesville area and pipelines laid to the Coffeyville refinery.
Carr, who built a gristmill on the north bank of the Caney River in In 1907, the city celebrated statehood as the home of over 120 oil
1870, and Jake Bartles, who bought the mill, added a flourmill companies.
and general store.
Those Petroleum Pioneers…
In the early 1880’s Johnstone and Keeler went to work for Young engineer H.V. Foster arrived in 1902 to manage his
Bartles and in 1884 they opened a competing store on the river’s
south bank. family’s blanket oil lease on all 1.5 million acres of the Osage
Lands. Soon he divided the lease into smaller acreages and sublet
Keeler and Johnstone wanted to bring the AT&SF Railroad to these to other drillers, creating the Indian Territory Illuminating Oil
their side of the river and when Keeler saw oil scum on the surface Company.
of the Sand Creek in 1875 the seeds were planted. In 1896, after
lobbying the Cherokees and the Department of Interior, they In 1930, Edward Buehler Delk designed Foster’s La Quinta
secured an oil lease. Mansion, now the home of Oklahoma Wesleyan University. Foster
sold ITIO to Cities Services Oil Company in 1941 for $70 million,
They were also campaigning to win approval to charter a town making Cities Service the 10th largest oil company in the United
site near their store. Bartlesville was incorporated on January States.
15, 1897, as the Cudahy Oil Company began rigging up their well
site on the edge of the new town. On March 25, 1897, at a depth Other legendary pioneers got their start subleasing from ITIO.
of 1,303 feet, the well was shot with nitroglycerine, gushed to life Attorney George Getty visited Bartlesville in 1903 and sublet
and Bartlesville – the energy city – was born. 1,100 acres for five hundred dollars. Young son, J. Paul Getty


bought 100 shares in his father’s Minnehoma Oil Company for five startups like Field Technology Services, now owned by SGS, find
dollars and their first well hit pay dirt. The Getty family stayed success here. They operate in a city that still boasts a small, but
in Bartlesville for extended periods of time, and J. Paul spent thriving independent oil and gas industry.
summers as a roustabout throughout his teenage years.
Banker and barber Frank Phillips arrived in Bartlesville in 1904 At the turn of the 20th century Bartlesville boomed with
and started Citizen Bank and Trust. Brother L.E. Phillips joined him
and they drilled on a sublease north of town. Their 4th well, the wildcatters and oil pioneers. 21st century pioneers work in
Anna Anderson, came in a gusher and was followed by 80 straight information technology, engineering, finance, training and
producing wells. procurement. Many of these modern day pioneers can be seen in
downtown restaurants and bars to enjoy varied cuisine and hear
Frank built his Bartlesville mansion, now the Frank Phillips live music that is uniquely Oklahoma. While Bartlesville honors the
Home, in 1909. When oil skyrocketed during World War I, the past, we also embrace the future and love to celebrate.
brothers acquired another sub-lease, brought in a gusher, which
produced 100 barrels per day, and formed Phillips Petroleum Visitors and residents alike enjoy the OK Mozart Festival,
Company in 1917 with 27 employees. Oklahoma Indian Summer, Sunfest Arts and entertainment,
Dewey Western Heritage Weekend and Kiddie Park. Sports
Innovation… fans can watch American Legion Baseball at Doenges
Utility magnate H. L. Dougherty came to Bartlesville in 1912 Memorial Stadium, Phillips 66 Gymnastics and Splash Club
at Adams Gymnasium, and the competitive sports at Oklahoma
to organize the Empire Gas and Fuel Company, which opened Wesleyan University. Bartlesville Community Center
a research facility in 1916. Dougherty and the Chamber of presents the Broadway in Bartlesville series and also hosts the
Commerce secured a U.S. Bureau of Mines Petroleum Research Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra, Bartlesville Choral Society
Center for Bartlesville in 1918. Empire Gas would later become and Bartlesville Civic Ballet. Theatre Bartlesville is also nearby.
Cities Service Oil Company.
Our pioneering ways live on and Bartlesville remains an energy
Phillips Petroleum added its own research center in 1925, city. That energy means there’s always something happening
the same year Frank established his Woolaroc Ranch retreat. in Bartlesville. Come enjoy our fun, family-friendly atmosphere
Phillips successfully promoted its new aviation fuel in 1927 when and discover history. Whether you’re planning a family vacation,
the Woolaroc plane, piloted by Art Goebels, won the historic Dole wedding, sporting event or business retreat, you’ll find everything
Pineapple Race. you need. Our affordability, hospitality and accessible location
make for a memorable experience!
Phillips attracted Russian immigrant Armais Arutunoff to
Bartlesville in 1928. Arutunoff invented an electric submersible
motor that could pump oil from deep inside wells. He founded the
REDA Pump Company in 1930, which later merged with TRW. The
Bartlesville plant is now owned and operated by Schlumberger.

In 1956 Phillips Petroleum opened the world’s first commercial
plastics technical center, which pioneered a multitude of uses for
Phillips’ innovative plastic such as Marlex and K-Resin. The center
is now a division of Chevron Phillips Chemical Company.

1956 Bartlesville also saw the completion of Frank Lloyd
Wright’s only skyscraper, the Price Tower. The building was the
corporate headquarters of the H.C. Price Company, one of the
world’s leading pipeline construction firms.

Phillips Petroleum and Conoco merged in 2002 to become
ConocoPhillips. ConocoPhillips repositioned as ConocoPhillips
and Phillips 66 in 2012. Bartlesville now serves as the global
services center for both corporations, as well as the research arm
of Phillips 66.

Energy industry products and services brought international
giants Siemens and ABB to Bartlesville in 1999. Service and
Technology Corporation opened in 1986 and entrepreneurial

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Bartlesville TO COPAN 75









4 23

& I-35


2 60



MAP KEY 16 12 13

Pathfinder Parkway  PRICE RD.

 Information Center

1 Attraction 75

 Park Golf 22

 Airport School TO TULSA


Key Area Attractions Transportation
1. Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve
2. Osage Casino Nearest Commercial Airport
3. Keepsake Candle Factory & Country Store
4. Tallgrass Prairie Preserve Tulsa International Airport (40 miles south)
5. Price Tower Arts Center
6. Phillips Petroleum Company Museum Airport Shuttle 918-907-0925 • 888-320-0460
7. Frank Phillips Home
8. Bartlesville Community Center Local Airport
9. Kiddie Park
10. Discovery 1 Park/Nellie Johnstone No. 1 Bartlesville Municipal Airport Frank Phillips Field
11. Bartlesville History Museum
12. Wall of Honor Veterans Memorial 918-661-6297 • 918-815-0855
13. Washington Park Mall
14. Eastland Shopping Center Runway Length - 6,850 feet
15. Adams Municipal Golf Course
16. La Quinta Mansion/Oklahoma Wesleyan University Runway Surface - Asphalt/concrete
17. Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium
18. Tom Mix Museum Local Auto Rental
19. Dewey Hotel Museum
20. Prairie Song I.T. Enterprise Rent-A-Car 918-333-5353
21. Steam Locomotive AT&SF No. 940
22. Cherokee Casino Ramona Hertz Rent-A-Car 918-333-1300
23. Cooper Dog Park
Bus Service

Jefferson Lines 918-331-9253 • 800-451-5333

Taxi Cab Service

ICAB Express 918-337-6000

Green Country Cab 918-327-0443 • 918-327-0446

Bartlesville CityRide Circuit

918-336-2233 •

Mon-Fri 7-11am & 2-6pm, 25¢/one ride – children

12 & under free

Closed weekends, holidays or when schools are closed due

to weather. for schedule.


Information Center
Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau
201 SW Keeler
Bartlesville, OK 74003
918-336-8709 • 800-364-8708
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
Sat 9am-2pm

Jane Phillips Medical Center
3500 E Frank Phillips Blvd
Bartlesville, OK 74003

800-364-8708 • 7

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Woolaroc Ranch, Museum and Wildlife Preserve
Price Tower and
Price Tower Arts Woolaroc, country estate of oil baron Frank Phillips, houses one
Center of the most outstanding western art collections in the world and
includes paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell,
1956 Price Tower - Frank and many others. Named for the woods, lakes and rocks that
Lloyd Wright’s only built are indigenous to the Osage area, Woolaroc is more than just a
skyscraper - rises 19 stories museum. Buffalo, elk, deer, prairie dogs and many other animals
in downtown Bartlesville greet travelers on their 2 mile journey to the museum through
and offers a unique part of Woolaroc's 3700 acre wildlife preserve. Seasonal events,
touring experience for educational programs, petting barn, western playground and more
architectural enthusiasts are what make Woolaroc an outstanding regional attraction you
and curious visitors. Enjoy won’t want to miss!
over-nighting in its upscale
boutique hotel, Inn at Wed-Sun 10am–5pm
Price Tower, or relax in Memorial Day thru Labor Day Tue-Sun 10am–5pm
the Copper Bar on the (Open Memorial Day and Labor Day)
15th floor with spectacular Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas
views of Bartlesville’s $10 Adults; FREE Children 11 & under; $8 Senior (65+)
skyline and surrounding Concessions available
countryside. The Price
Tower Arts Center has 12 miles SW on Hwy 123 from US 60
continuous and permanent 918-336-0307 • 888-966-5276 • Fax 918-336-0084
exhibitions on Frank Lloyd Wright. Listed on
the National Register of Historic Places, it has
received the American Institute of Architects 25-year Award.

Exhibition Gallery
Tue-Sat 10am–5pm; Sun 12pm–5pm; Closed Mon
Adult $6; Senior (65+) $5; Children 18 & under Free
Excludes applicable sales tax.

Historic Tower
Tue-Thur 11am & 2pm; Fri-Sat 11am, 1pm & 2pm; Sun 2pm
Tour size is limited to 8 people so advance reservations are
recommended. Guided tours for groups of 8 or more, call

Adult $12; Senior (65+) $10; Children (18 & under) $10
Includes admission to Price Tower Arts Center’s current
exhibition. Excludes applicable sales tax. Not recommended for
children under age 5.

Copper Bar
Mon-Fri 11am-2pm; Tue-Thur 4pm–9pm; Fri-Sat 4pm–11pm
Happy Hour 4pm–6pm Daily

510 S Dewey Ave
918-336-4949 • Fax 918-336-7117 • Inn 918-336-1000


Bartlesville Community Center Phillips Petroleum Company Museum

The Bartlesville Community Center, designed by William Wesley Be inspired by the story of Phillips transformation from a small
Peters, formerly the chief architect of Taliesin West - The Frank Bartlesville business to a global energy enterprise, and the
Lloyd Wright Foundation, has an acoustically superb performance extraordinary people who made it happen. During your tour
hall that seats over 1,700. The hall is the main focus of the experience the thrill of Billy Parker flying overhead in an original
Community Center and is considered to be one of the finest concert 1914 Pusher plane and Phillips’ breakthrough discovery that
halls in the country. Also found within is one of the world’s largest helped fuel the Hula Hoop® craze. Observe how a roustabout
cloisonné artworks, a mural that is 25-feet long which depicts lived in the rowdy days of the Burbank field and see an actual
a stylized northeastern Oklahoma countryside. The Bartlesville section of the Anna Anderson No. 1, the well that started it all!
Community Center is a wonderful design from the Frank Lloyd
Wright Foundation and a must-see for any architecture fan. Mon-Sat 10am–4pm; Closed Sundays and Holidays
During inclement weather, please call to see if museum is open.
Mon-Fri 9am–5pm; Closed Holidays Free Admission
Saturday & Sunday tours offered by appointment only
Free Admission • Handicap accessible 410 S Keeler Ave
918-977-6166 • 855-631-TOUR (8687)
300 SE Adams Blvd
918-337-2787 • Box Office 918-336-2787
800-618-ARTS (2787)

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Nellie Johnstone No. 1/Discovery 1 Park Frank Phillips Home

Visit this Oklahoma Centennial Project to see a working replica Experience the sumptuous, 26-room town residence of oil baron
of Oklahoma’s first commercial oil well and view a 19th century Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum Company. Although
cable tool drilling rig in operation. Then, thrill to the GUSHER that the house itself is beautiful and ornate, it is the original furnishings
put Bartlesville and Oklahoma oil on the map. Docent led tours are left by the Phillips family that make this tour an experience to
available March through November by appointment. The rig and remember. Nestled among the family heirlooms you will find a
static displays are open year-round. painting by John Singer Sargent, a Tiffany lamp, unique turn-
of-the-century jigsaw puzzles, exquisite handmade needlepoint
Oklahoma oil began on March chair and ottoman coverings done by Jane Phillips, and much
25, 1897 when the Nellie more! Preserved by the Oklahoma Historical Society, this National
Johnstone No. 1 oil well came Register Historic Site reflects the lifestyle of one of Oklahoma’s
in a gusher on the banks of greatest oil barons. Don’t miss this historical treasure!
the Caney River. The news of
oil in commercial quantities Closed Sun-Tue & Holidays
at Bartlesville, Indian Guided Tours: Wed-Fri 10am, 11am, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm
Territory, in the Cherokee Sat 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, & 4pm
Nation just east of the Osage $5 Adults (12+); $2 Children (5-11); 4- Free
Nation, prompted the Santa Director’s Tour: Wed-Fri 9am
Fe Railway to lay track to $10 Adults (12+); $7 Children (5-11); 4- Free
town site. Wildcatters, lease
hounds and roustabouts 1107 SE Cherokee Ave
hopped trains to Bartlesville 918-336-2491 • Fax 918-336-3529 •
and the boom was on!

Daily from dawn to dusk
Free Admission

Call 918-336-8709 for docent led tours.

200 N Cherokee Ave (Johnstone Park)

AT&SF Steam Locomotive No. 940

Ring the bell and blow the whistle of historic Santa
Fe No. 940 on display at Bartlesville’s century-old
downtown depot, 201 SW Keeler Ave. Built in 1903,
this steamer is the sole survivor of 332 like it, built for
the Santa Fe Railway. The train’s history includes 50
years of operation with service through Bartlesville
from 1949 to 1952. Open year-round with cab entry.
Public whistle-blowing on weekends.

A Santa Fe caboose built in 1948 and retired in
1983 was recently restored and added to the
tracks. A 1914 oil tank car is currently being
restored to add to the collection.

201 SW Keeler (outside Santa Fe Depot building)
918-336-8709 •


Osage Casino - Bartlesville Bartlesville Area History Museum

Osage Casino-Bartlesville is open 24/7 and offers more than 600 Travel back in time to experience the growth and development
exciting state-of-the art electronic games, 7 Table Games and 3 of Bartlesville and the surrounding area. The 10,000 square-foot
Poker tables. Enjoy local, live music every weekend with drink facility welcomes visitors with interactive displays, exceptional
specials and delicious deli food. The Bartlesville buffet is open to photography and intriguing artifacts. In addition to displays
all ages. and a changing exhibit gallery, the museum includes areas for
educational programs and individual research.
222 Allen Rd
4 miles SW of the intersection of Hwy 123 & Hwy 60 Mon-Fri 10am-4pm; Closed Holidays
918-335-7519 • Free Admission; Donations appreciated

401 S Johnstone Ave
918-338-4290 • Fax 918-338-4264

Cherokee Casino - Ramona Keepsake Candle Factory
and Country Store
The fun never sleeps at Cherokee Casino-Ramona. With more
than 200 of the hottest electronic games around, finding your Before you can open the door to
favorite is easy. In fact, the only thing easier is finding us. Located Keepsake Candle Factory, you detect
on U.S. Highway 75 North of Ramona and open 24 hours a day, 7 the vibrant scents of candles hand-
days a week. made in this facility. These beautiful
“Antiques in Wax” have been made in Bartlesville since 1970—a
31501 US 75 Hwy, Ramona 74061 business that began on a kitchen stove. There’s something for
918-535-3800 • the men too—a short railroad consisting of two tank cars and a
caboose. Inside the caboose you can see memorabilia from the
bygone days of railroading. Keepsake Candles produces over 500
styles of candles that are available around the world, but nowhere
else can you hear the story, see the art of hand-crafting and smell
the scents in a unique tour.

Mon-Sat 10am-5:30pm
Tours upon request. See website for Holiday hours.

263CR 3022; 2 miles W on US 60 from Hwy 123
918-336-0351 • 888-636-0351 • Fax 918-336-0157

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Kiddie Park La Quinta Mansion

There’s no place like Kiddie Park! Established in 1947, it now The La Quinta Mansion was designed in 1930 by noted Kansas
boasts 16 amusement park rides for children ages 12 and under. City architect Edward Buehler Delk. H. V. Foster, once known
The Park is a very special asset, not only for the Bartlesville as the wealthiest man west of the Mississippi, located his new
community, but also for visitors as far away as Kansas, Missouri home on 152 acres, three miles from the center of town. The
and other cities in Oklahoma. 32-room, Spanish-style mansion has 14 bathrooms and seven
fireplaces. Construction was completed in 1932 and it served
May – August only; Tue-Thur 7-9:30pm; Fri-Sat 7-10pm as the family home until Mr. Foster’s death in 1939. After that
Tickets 50¢ each. Rides take one ticket. time, La Quinta served, consecutively, as the home of a military
school Central Christian College and Central Pilgrim College.
200 N Cherokee Ave (in Johnstone Park) The Wesleyan Church now owns and operates Oklahoma
918-336-5337 • Wesleyan University, an accredited, four year liberal arts college.
La Quinta is the focal point of the campus and serves as the
Wall of Honor Veterans Memorial administration facilities for the school. La Quinta is listed on the
National Register of Historic Places.
The Wall of Honor Veterans Memorial recognizes and honors
veterans and current military personnel for the bravery and Mon-Fri 8am-5pm; Closed Sundays and Holidays;
sacrifices they’ve made to preserve our country’s freedom. Guided tours by appointment
Located at the northwest entrance of Washington Park Mall, it Free Admission
stands as a permanent tribute to all Americans who have served
and are serving our great nation. 2201 Silverlake Rd
Mon-Sat 10am-9pm; Sun 12-6pm
Free Admission

2350 SE Washington Blvd


Prairie Song Pioneer Village Tom Mix Museum

The past is remembered, and vividly alive, at this recreated This “King of the Cowboys” movie star was a deputy sheriff in
1800s pioneer village. The village features a two-story saloon, Dewey before he hit the big screen. See for yourself the many
Scudder Schoolhouse, Wildwood Chapel, cowboy line shack, guns, saddles, and costumes from his movie and circus career.
homestead cabin, post office, trading post, school marm’s house, The Tom Mix theater seats 28 people and is designed to replicate
rock jailhouse, covered bridge, rock depot and much more! Each the old style movie houses.
structure was built with hand-hewn Arkansas “bull pine” and
Missouri red and white oak. Mar-Dec Tue-Sat 10am-4:30pm
Feb Thur-Sat 10am-4:30pm
Prairie Song has been restocked with Texas longhorns, the original Closed January, Holidays and Sun-Mon
breed of cattle driven up the trail. Visitors can enjoy a glimpse of $3.00 Adults; 50¢ Children 13 and Under
life from days gone by as they watch the longhorn cattle graze
on the bluestem prairie that has never been touched by the steel 721 N Delaware, Dewey
plow. 918-534-1555
This lifelike replica of a 1800s pioneer village stands in the midst
of an authentic working ranch and shows life, work and play as it
was in those days.

This is a working ranch, so please call to arrange a tour time.

Group Functions available by reservation
Mon-Sun phone hours 9am-4:30pm
Closed Holidays and Winter (Dec 15-March)
$8 adults; $5 students; $7 seniors; Children 5 and Under Free

402621 W 1600 Rd, Dewey
5.5 miles E on Durham Rd from US 75
918-534-2662 • Fax 918-534-3435

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Dewey Hotel Museum Will Rogers Memorial Museum

The Dewey Hotel played a pivotal role in the early economic and While visiting Bartlesville, you can take a short drive southeast to
social history of the area. Period furnishings, artifacts, photos and Claremore to visit the 9-gallery Will Rogers Memorial Museum.
displays. Will Rogers-America’s favorite son, humorist, author, cowboy,
and Oklahoman-was a great friend of Frank Phillips. Rogers spent
Tue-Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 1-4pm; Closed Holidays time with the Phillips family in the serenity of Woolaroc. Discover
Seasonal closure Dec 1-April 1 the similarities of these two friends by experiencing the facilities
$3.00 Adults; $1.50 Students; Children 12 and Under Free that forever memorialize the significant contributions they made to
American history.
801 N Delaware, Dewey Daily 8am-5pm
918-534-0215 • Adults $5 (18+)
Military, Students w/ID and
Tallgrass Prairie Preserve Seniors (62+) $4
Children Under 18 Free
A short drive west of Bartlesville lies the Nature Conservancy’s Groups 10+ $4
Tallgrass Prairie Preserve which spans a vast 38,000 acres
disturbed only by the thunder of more than 2,000 bison. Don’t 1720 W Will Rogers Blvd
miss the opportunity to experience nature at its finest. Claremore; 50 miles SE of
Daily from dawn to dusk 918-341-0719
Free Admission 800-324-9455
26 miles W of Bartlesville on US 60, then 18 miles N (follow
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2 miles W of Bartlesville on US Hwy 60 • 888.636.0351

Free Factory Tours •



Downtown Out of the Attic 829 S Madison 918-440-6700
Find unique specialty shops in this quaint and charming downtown Bargain Box & Annex 822 S Johnstone Ave 918-336-4346
environment, including the Market Square shops located in the Second Love 315 SE Osage 918-327-3055
historic I.T.I.O. Building. Dewey 918-534-3378
eastland Shopping Center The Vintage Loft Junk Boutique 410 E Don Tyler Ave 918-534-0222
Shopping center including restaurants and retail shopping. 918-907-1449
US 75 (Washington Blvd) and Frank Phillips Blvd Linger Longer Antiques 814 N Shawnee Ave 918-331-6214
918-438-1540 918-534-9937
Bar-Dew 129 N Osage Ave 918-534-0500
Washington Park Mall
Regional mall including national chains, one-of-a-kind shops, and Mitchell’s Antiques 406 E Don Tyler 918-335-6600
an eight screen movie theater. Over 45 shops under one roof! 918-333-4901
2350 SE Washington Blvd Campbell’s 418 E Don Tyler Ave 918-336-2140
918-335-2535 • 918-333-0588
Kay’s Vintage 323 E Don Tyler Ave 918-335-4305
MiMi’s 402 E Don Tyler Ave 918-335-3300
Familiar Favorites 918-335-1570
Wal-Mart 4000 SE Green Country Rd 918-335-2249
K-Mart 501 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-2732
Bouleveard Pharmacy 1117 SE Frank Phillips 918-335-9195
Walgreens 3816 E Frank Phillips 918-331-9797
Walgreens 1920 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-1171
Specialty Shops CVS Pharmacy 3711 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-335-3095
Sweet P’s 109 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-336-6666 Dillard’s Washington Park Mall 918-335-1977
918-338-9977 918-335-2644
Lubella’s Boutique 216 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-338-0155 Sear’s Washington Park Mall 918-766-0952
918-331-0200 918-331-3649
Courthouse Designs 501 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-336-0351 Bath and Body Works Washington Park Mall 918-335-5980
918-333-2814 918-331-0527
Bit of Country 403 NE Washington Blvd 918-331-3600 JC Penney Co Washington Park Mall 918-331-2796
918-336-4300 918-331-3623
Keepsake Candles 263 County Rd 3022 918-876-4154 Christopher and Banks Washington Park Mall 918-331-9000
620-779-1901 918-333-9313
Windle’s Rock & Jewelry 3540 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-2277 C.J. Banks Washington Park Mall 918-333-0798
918-338-2444 918-333-8597
Boles Jewelry 2301 SE Washington Blvd 918-338-0710 GNC Washington Park Mall 918-333-5447
McCoy Jewelers 306 S Dewey Ave 918-534-2262 Cato Washington Park Mall 918-335-0831
918-336-8609 918-331-2000
Curbside Closet 101 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-335-0500 American Eagle Outfitters Washington Park Mall 918-331-0367
Doors Home Décor 101 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-8181 The Buckle Washington Park Mall
Yocham Custom Leather Hwy 60 east of city 918-331-0700 Cavender’s Western Outfitters Washington Park Mall
The Hole Bead Shoppe 317 SE Delaware Ave 918-333-5500 Claire’s Boutique Washington Park Mall
One Good Turn Gallery 101 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-335-1277 Famous Footwear Washington Park Mall
Cedar Creek 415 E Don Tyler Ave, Dewey Gamestop Washington Park Mall

Popkess Pharmacy 524 E Don Tyler Ave, Dewey Gap Outlet Washington Park Mall

Billie’s Health Food Center 313 S Osage Ave Goody’s Washington Park Mall

Jude’s Health& Java House 2503 SE Washington Blvd Hibbett Sports Washington Park Mall

May Brothers 101 SE Frank Phillips Blvd, Ste C J’s Hallmark Washington Park Mall

Honey’s Flowers 532 SE Washington Blvd #A Journeys Washington Park Mall

Eva’s Flowers and Gifts 1524 SE Washington Blvd Maurice’s Washington Park Mall

Flowerland 3419 SE Frank Phillips Blvd Riddle’s Jewelery Washington Park Mall

Brown’s Shoe Fit Co Eastland Shopping Center Romancing The Stone Washington Park Mall

Stage Eastland Shopping Center Rue 21 Washington Park Mall

Gamers Guild 221 SE Frank Phillips Blvd Ruth’s Christian Book Store Washington Park Mall

P&K Equipment 665 NE Washington Blvd Atwoods Eastland Shopping Center

French Nest 3850 Frank Phillips Blvd Hobby Lobby Eastland Shopping Center

BonWorth Inc 2503 SE Washington Blvd

Antique Shops Big Lots 3001 E Frank Phillips Blvd

Bartlesville Dollar General (3 locations) 3009 E Frank Phillips Blvd
Gan’s Mall
Tuesday House Hastings Books, Music & Video

3801 SE Kentucky St 918-335-1046 3005 E Frank Phillips Blvd
321 S Penn 918-336-9154
Lowe’s Home Improvement 2205 SE Adams Blvd

Tractor Supply Company 3403 SE Washington Blvd

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Budget Inn $ 55
1410 SW Frank Phillips Blvd
918-336-5599 • Fax 918-336-7405

Candlewood Suites $$$ 89 x Free x x x
3812 SE Washington Pl WiFi
918-766-0044 • 1-877-CANDLEWOOD

econo Lodge $$ 40 x Oxx
3910 SE Nowata Rd
918-333-0710 • 1-800-4CHOICE
Fax 918-333-6559

Fairfield Inn & Suites $$$ 85 45 x x Microwave I Hot Service
2107 SE Washington Blvd Only
918-331-2100 •

Hampton Inn $$$ 67 30 x Complimentary x Micro/Fridge I Hot
130 SE Washington Blvd HSIA
918-333-4051 • 1-800-HAMPTON

Hilton Garden Inn Downtown $$$ 100 300 Bar/ x x Micro/Fridge I x Service
205 SW Frank Phillips Blvd Restaurant Only
918-336-0808 • 1-877-STAY-HGI

*Does not accept credit cards. Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites $$$ 90 12 x x Suite Only I Hot Service
Legend: $–$55 & Under; $$–$56-$80; $$$–$81-$105; $$$$–$106-$130; $$$$$–$145 & Above 4016 Price Rd Only
918-766-0020 •

Inn at Price Tower $$$$$ 19 60 Bar/ x x x
510 Dewey Ave Restaurant
918-336-1000 • 877-424-2424
Fax 918-336-7117

La Quinta Inn $$ 106 90 x x x Micro/Fridge I xx
1410 SE Washington Blvd
918-331-9151 • Fax 918-766-0901

Motel 6 $$ 56 xx xx
2696 SE Washington Blvd
918-333-2100 • Fax 918-333-4145

Quality Inn Max # of x Micro/Fridge O Hot x
222 SE Washington Blvd $$ 109 people:
918-335-7755 • 800-336-2415
Fax 918-335-7763 90

Skyline Motel * $ 34 x xx
2315 SE Washington Blvd
918-333-1183 • Fax 918-333-4270

Sooner Motel $ 20
1300 SE Washington Blvd

Super 8 Motel $$ 40 x xx
211 SE Washington Blvd
918-335-1122 • 800-800-8000
Fax 918-335-1708

Travelers Motel $ 24
3105 SE Frank Phillips Blvd



RV Parks

Riverside RV Resort & Campground
• 75 Sites
1211 SE Adams Blvd, 1.5 mi W on Adams Blvd from US 75
Reservations: 888-572-1241 •

Lakes & Parks

Osage Hills State Park

• 8 cabins • 20 RV sites

Over 1,100 acres with picnic tables and shelters, hiking trails,

rowboat rentals, campgrounds, lake (non-gasoline boating

only), public pool, fishing, ball field and tennis.

11 miles W on US 60 from Hwy 123 • 918-336-4141

• 47 RV sites • 15 tent sites

Picnic tables and shelters, campgrounds, nature trails,

boating, skiing, fishing and playground.
18 miles N on US 75 to Copan, then 15 miles W on Hwy 10

Copan Lake
Copan Point day use area features designated beach
area, picnic sites and boat launch ramp. Campgound has
RV hookups with electric and water, public showers and
396120 State Hwy 10, Copan • 918-532-4334

Birch Lake
RV and tent camping, picnic areas, swimming, playground,

showers and group shelter. Hunting and fishing.
14004 Lake Road, Skiatook • 918-396-3170

Fishing on Copan Lake

312 S Dewey Ave, Bartlesville, OK | 918-336-1900
Box Office: Mon-Fri, 11am - 2pm |

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AMUSeMeNT PARK Kiddie Park May – August only; Tue-Thur 7-9:30pm; Fri-Sat 7-10pm
200 N Cherokee (in Johnstone Park) Tickets 50¢ each.
ARCHeRY Bert’s Bows & Archery Range Archery, rifle, pistol, skeet and trap. Special events and
1 mile W on US 60 from Hwy 123 monthly rifle matches. Also classes and training.

ARCHeRY/ Bartlesville Sportsmen’s Club 918-338-4154 See area baseball teams compete in historic stadium.
SHOOTING 491 NE Young St Concessions available. 4th of July weekend tournament.

BASeBALL American Legion Baseball 918-333-6640 Open daily, 32 lanes, automatic scoring game room and
Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium pool table. Glow-in-the-Dark Bowling on Friday and
North end of Dewey Ave on Hensley Saturday nights.
918-535-3800 Open 24 hours daily. New building with restaurant, large
BOWLING Red Apple Sports Center bar, entertainment space and 500 electronic games.
1414 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-7519 Open 24 hours daily. Delicious buffet, exciting electronic games and poker tournaments, live music on weekends and
CASINO Cherokee Casino Ramona hotel packages with limo service.
31501 US 75 Hwy, Ramona 6 am - 11 pm The park, an excellent example of a partnership between
Osage Casino the City of Bartlesville and a group of civic-minded resi-
222 Allen Rd dents, provides over 2.5 acres “where a dog can be a dog”.

DOG PARK Cooper Dog Park
2400 Adams Blvd

FISHING Area fishing at Osage Hills State Park, Copan Find state fishing license requirements at: Open daily (weather permitting).
GO-CARTS Lake, Hulah Lake, Birch Lake and Jo Allyn Open daily, call for reservations and pricing.
GOLF Lowe Park Open seasonally May – September
MINIATURe GOLF 918-335-1848
Crossroads Raceway 918-331-3900 • 918-335-2241 Fax
MOVIeS 2201 SE Adams Blvd
Adams Municipal Golf Club 918-336-2244
5801 E Tuxedo Blvd

Sooner Jr. Miniature Golf
146 SE Madison (in Sooner Park)

Movies 8 918-335-3633 8 screens, new movies
2350 SE Washington Blvd
(Washington Park Mall)

Over 15 city parks including the new Cooper Contact the Visitors Bureau or visit the city website at Sooner Park has a Frisbee Golf Course as well as play
Dog Park
PARKS for more information on individual equipment, band shell, picnic facilities, sand volleyball courts,
parks. model aircraft flying area and public swimming pool.
Don Tyler Park 918-336-2636 Outdoor skate park
On Durham Rd in Dewey 918-338-4000 ext. 5127
918-338-4000 ext. 5128 Outdoor skate park
Johnstone Park 918-336-4141
200 N Cherokee Indoor skate park

On the Rock Ministries, Inc. Both pools will be open seasonally every day from 12:00
122 SW Park Street noon to 6:00 p.m., except for Sooner Pool, which will remain
open until 8:00 p.m. on Fridays.  An area to
Frontier Pool accommodate lap swimmers will be set aside each day at
312 SW Virginia Sooner Pool from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Admission: 13 and
up $3.00; Ages 7-12 $2.00; Ages 6 & under $1.50. Punch
Sooner Pool & Splashpad card passes are also available.
420 SE Madison (in Sooner Park)
Open seasonally. Call for information.
Osage Hills State Park
11 miles W on US 60


Sports and Recreation

The centerpiece of recreation and sports is Pathfinder Parkway, a Pathfinder extends east to Sooner Park, site of the newly
16-mile jogging and biking trail that began in 1976 as Bartlesville’s renovated 1964 Sooner Park Play Tower, a unique 50-foot high
American Bicentennial project. Much of the trail runs along the structure designed by architect Bruce Goff. Look down from the
Caney River and directly connects JoAllyn Lowe, Robinwood and tower on the Adams Municipal Golf Course, Sooner Junior Miniature
Johnstone Parks. Golf Course and disc golf course (all are 18 holes), sand volleyball
facilities, one of two municipal swimming pools and a splash pad.
At Johnstone Park the trail is close to softball fields, indoor and
outdoor skateboard parks, the 1950’s Kiddie Park Amusement Bartains have loved basketball since 1919 when the Phillips
Park, the Richard Kane YMCA which sponsors youth football 66er’s Industrial Basketball Team played its first game. The 66ers
and basketball and the fully renovated 1931 Doenges Memorial were the best-known Industrial League team in the country. They
Stadium. won 11 American Athletic Union championships between 1940
and 1963 and six straight titles from 1943 to 1948. They played
Built for the city’s former minor league baseball team, Doenges their last game in 1968. Today, the Bartlesville Sports Commission
Stadium has for decades been home to American Legion Baseball coordinates tournaments like the Great American Conference
and was the site of 2003 and 2007 American Legion World Series. NCAA Division II basketball tourney in March.
The annual Glen Winget Tournament takes place over the July 4
holiday and the Bartlesville Sports Commission hosts the Sandy The Phillips Splash Club has been a leader in competitive diving
Koufax tourney in August. Bartlesville High School also plays at and swimming since the 1950’s, and the Phillips 66 Gymnastics
Doenges Stadium along with some Oklahoma Wesleyan University Club, organized in 1966, may be the oldest club in the country. And,
games. in keeping with the growing international reach of local employers,
both rugby and cricket are played in Bartlesville.
Travel the Pathfinder to Robinwood Park, the center of the
Washington County Soccer Program, then south to new tournament For more information on sporting venues, contact the Bartlesville
quality soccer fields, alongside Cooper Dog Park and M.J. Lee Convention & Visitors Bureau at 918-336-8709 or the listed
Fishing Lake. sporting venues.

Delaware Tribe of Indians Sporting Venues

Bartlesville High School Custer Field Phillips 66 Gymnasium
1700 SE Hillcrest Dr 511 SW Keeler Ave (Adams Bldg)
918.337.0153 918.661.3012
Adams Municipal Golf Club
Oklahoma Wesleyan University 5801 E Tuxedo Blvd
2201 Silver Lake Rd Reservations & pricing:
918.333.6151 • 918.331.3900 Fax 918.335.2241

Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium Robinwood Park (soccer)
American Legion Baseball North end E Frank Phillips Blvd across from
of Dewey Ave. on Hensley Sterling’s Grille
918.338.4154 •

170 NE Barbara Street Tuxedo Fields (baseball & softball) City Soccer Fields
Bartlesville, OK 74006 208 NE Young at Tuxedo Blvd SE Adams Blvd & Silver Lake Rd
918-337-6590 • across from Lowe’s
Phillips Aquatic Center
511 SW Keeler Ave (Adams Bldg) Richard Kane YMCA
918.661.7624 101 NE Osage 918.336.0713 •

Phillips 66 Gymnastic Center
1805 SW Adams Blvd

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American * The Rolling Pin Bakery 408 S Johnstone Ave 918-337-2219
Arby’s 220 NE Washington Blvd 918-333-1582 * Samantha’s 601 E 4th St 918-331-9725
Arby’s 2935 E Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-7293 Sonic 3800 Nowata Rd 918-331-9436
* Bambino’s Downtown Bistro 101 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-336-0222 Sonic 1317 SW Frank Phillips Blvd 918-335-0707
Billy Sims Barbecue 2350 SE Washington Blvd 918-876-1133 Starbucks 3801 E Frank Phillips Blvd 918-336-0325
* Boulevard Diner 205 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-0050 Starbucks (Food Pyramid) 2501 SE Washington Blvd 918-336-2253
Braums 3820 SE Adams Blvd 918-333-9320 * Sterling’s Grille 2905 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-5152
Braums 2549 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-8077 Subway 1412 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-9300
Buffalo Wild Wings Washington Park Mall 918-333-9440 Subway 401 S Dewey Ave 918-333-8390

* The Burger Hop 900 SW Frank Phillips Blvd 918-338-0690 Subway Washington Park Mall

Burger King 3801 SE Adams Rd 918-335-1380 * Sugarica Bakery 201 S Osage Ave

* Café On The Plaza 315 S Johnstone Ave 918-662-1042 * Thirsty’s 900 S Madison Blvd

Cherokee Casino-Ramona Grill 31501 US 75 Hwy 918-335-7547 * TK’s Steakhouse 3121 E Frank Phillips Blvd

Chili’s Grill & Bar 2131 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-2654 * Top’N’Dog 524 S Keeler Ave

* Cup n’ Cake 518 S Keeler Ave 918-815-2917 * Tumbleweeds Steakhouse 4049 SE Nowata Rd

* Copper Bar 510 Dewey Ave 918-336-4949 * Weeze’s Café 328 S Dewey Ave

* Dink’s Pit Bar-B-Que 2929 E Frank Phillips Blvd 918-335-0606 Wendy’s 3425 SE Frank Phillips Blvd

Eggbert’s 2073 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-9690

* Frank & Lola’s 200 E 2nd St #1 918-336-5652 Mexican

Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers * Casa Tamales 3400 Tuxedo Blvd 918-335-5505
2100 SE Washington Blvd 918-876-4150 El Maguey Mexican Grill/Cantina 1900 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-0032
* Game Time Pizza 1414 SE Washington Blvd 918-337-3113 * La Fiesta 3800 SE Washington Pl 918-336-2481
Garfield’s Restaurant & Pub Washington Park Mall 918-333-7020 * La Fiesta 317 S Osage, Dewey 918-876-6265
Golden Corral 320 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-7474 * La Tienda El Rincon 213 S Comanche Ave 918-333-0693
Goldie’s Patio Grill 201 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-5507 Monterey’s Little Mexico 3815 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-7003

Great American Grill (Hilton Garden Inn) * Sabores 840 Madison Blvd

205 SW Frank Phillips Blvd 918-336-0808 * Señor Salsa’s 621 SE Washington Blvd

* Half Dollar Café 101 S Osage, Dewey 918-534-3073 Taco Bell 3875 SE Green Country Rd

* Indian Coffee Co 116 SW Frank Phillips Blvd 918-876-1949 Taco Bueno 2340 SE Washington Blvd

* Jared’s Frozen Custard 4607 Nowata Rd 918-766-0111 Taco Mayo 3505 E Frank Phillips Blvd

Jimmy John’s 2431 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-0000 Italian
Domino’s Pizza
* Jude’s Health & Java House 2503 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-0500 Hideaway Pizza
Little Caesar’s Pizza
Kentucky Fried Chicken 3125 E Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-5332 4100 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-1300
* Luigi’s Italian Restaurant Frank Phillips & Johnstone 918-214-8777
Long John Silver’s 600 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-7640 Marco’s Pizza 3925 A Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-6000
Mazzio’s Pizza 3822 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-4646
Lot-A-Burger 3113 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-1956 Papa John’s Pizza 3900 E Frank Phillips Blvd 918-771-0771
Papa Murphy’s 511 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-5555
Lot-A-Burger 1520 SW Frank Phillips Blvd 918-336-7700 Pizza Hut 1910 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-1414
Pizza Hut 3535 SE Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-6565
Lot-A-Burger 412 S Johnstone Ave 918-337-0756 830 S Madison Blvd 918-333-7711
* The Pizza Place 300 S Cherokee Ave 918-336-3771
McAlister’s Deli 2330 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-6614 Simple Simon’s Pizza 3803 Nowata Rd 918-333-5000
1412 SE Washington Blvd 918-331-9500
McDonalds 2441 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-3232

McDonalds (Wal-Mart) 4000 SE Green Country Blvd 918-333-2144

McDonalds 606 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-6060

* Midway Café 641 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-1000

Montana Mike’s Steakhouse 3825 SE Adams Blvd 918-333-2666

* Murphy’s Steak House 1625 SW Frank Phillips Blvd 918-336-4789

* O’Briens Cake Co 207 SE Comanche Ave 918-337-9193 Asian
* Asian Cafe
Osage Casino 222 Allen Rd 918-335-7519 * Hunan 2515 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-8898
* New China Buffet 1350 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-1633
* Painted Horse Bar & Grill 110 SW Frank Phillips 918-336-1100 * Ocean China 3920 E Frank Phillips Blvd 918-333-1113
* Sushi One 3401 E Frank Phillips Blvd 918-335-0022
* Pies-N-Such 216 E 2nd St 918-337-3620 * Szechuan 3805 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-8686
516 SE Washington Blvd 918-335-3945
Pretzel Maker Washington Park Mall 918-331-0296

* Quench Bud’s (Drive-Thru) 3604 Tuxedo Blvd 918-333-2820

* Quench Bud’s Downtown 401 SE Dewey Ave 918-337-2233

Rib Crib 2077 SE Washington Blvd 918-333-6200



Phone: (918) 336-0307 • Toll free: 888-WOOLAROC Tours: Wed-Sat 10-5 • Last tour at 4 pm Director’s Tour: Exclusive behind the

scenes tour only on Wed, Th, Fri at 9 am
1107 S. Cherokee, Bartlesville, OK

918.336.2491 •

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Delightful shop combining
whimsy and tradition

in historic downtown Bartlesville.

1110 SE Frank Phillips Blvd Lamps • Accent Furniture • Pillows
Bartlesville, OK • 918.331.3855 Designer Jewelry • Trapp & Tyler Candles Christopher Radko Ornaments
109 SE Frank Phillips Blvd • Bartlesville, OK 74003
918.336.6666 •

Quality Emergency Services
…Close to Home

We are here when you need us.

Emergency Services

Open 24 Hours A Day/7 Days A Week.

918/333-7200 Member of St. John Health System

3500 S.E. Frank Phillips Blvd.

Bartlesville, OK 74006


One of the “Best Places to Experience Native American Culture”
- CNN,April 23, 2014

Say Osiyo to
Cherokee Nation

Osiyo is the Cherokee way to say hello.
Experience the spirit of this greeting and more
when you explore the great adventures within

Cherokee Nation, located in northeast
Oklahoma. Come for a day, a weekend, or
even a full week of cultural attractions and

recreational activities.

Osiyo is the traditional Cherokee 800-364-8708 • 23
greeting. Come say “hello” and plan
your visit today: (877) 779-6977

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