Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve

Bartlesville, OK | (918) 336-0307 | Best for: All Grades

Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve in Bartlesville, OK is a one-of-a-kind destination. Originally created by oil baron Frank Phillips in 1925 – Woolaroc is comprised of a 3700-acre working ranch, wildlife preserve, 50,000 square-foot museum, historic lodge, hiking trails, playground, and so much more! With history, scenery, wildlife, and art – there is truly something for everyone at Woolaroc. This is the perfect destination for an engaging class field trip that students will not forget! For more information regarding our schedule and events, please visit our website.

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Learn more about them at woolaroc.org

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