3910 SE Nowata Rd.
Bartlesville, OK 74006
Phone: (918) 333-0710
Fax: (918) 333-6559
3910 SE Nowata Rd. Hwy 75 & 60 East, Bartlesville, OK, US, 74006
- Phone: (918) 333-0710
- Fax: (918) 333-6559
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 32-room Spanish style mansion is nestled on 152 beautifully landscaped acres and was designed by renowned architect Edward Buehler Delk. Features of this magnificent mansion include seven fireplaces and 14 bathrooms.
Spread over 56 acres in Bartlesville, Sooner Park came into existence in 1956 because of the generous patronage of the benevolent Harold and Mary Lou Price. Families with children are frequently spotted here enjoying a day out at the designated picnics areas, roasting some chicken barbecue, swimming, swinging, playing volleyball, softball or golf. The flora and fauna is beautiful, and a sight for sore eyes to say the least.
Once the home of Frank Phillips, the co-founder of Phillips Petroleum Company, this beautiful house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features original furnishings, decorative arts, and a brick six-bay garage that contains an award-winning interpretive exhibit. A gift shop is also on site.
This community center hosts over 1,000 events annually and the interior holds the world's largest cloisonn
Spread over close to 80 acres, the Johnstone Park is one of the oldest parks in Bartlesville whose land was bought in 1903 at a time when kids splashed merrily in the nearby river. Unfortunately no one ever swims there now but the park continues to provide respite with its leafy trees and shaded areas. A bird sanctuary, picnic areas, boat ramps, a skate park, tennis courts, exercise paths and an RV park are also part of this park.
View a replica of the first commercial oil well drilled in Oklahoma that marks the spot of the original site that was drilled on April 15, 1897.
Visit this restored Victorian hotel that was built in 1900 and see an array of period furnishings, rare photographs, clothing, and glassware depicting the early lifestyles of the area.
A recreated 1800s pioneer village museum that features an authentic turn-of-the-century working ranch, a two story saloon, a post office, trading post, rock jail house, covered bridge, rock depot, and much more. All of the buildings were built with hand-hewn Arkansas bull pine and Missouri red and white oak.
Unique amusement park that features a variety of rides including a ferris wheel, carousel, bumper cars, and a passenger train that circles the park.