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Although Bartlesville is best known for being the founding place and headquarters of Phillips Petroleum Co., one of the world's largest oil firms. Founded by Bartlesville oilman Frank Phillips, the city also offers a lot of other attractions for solo and group travelers as well as families traveling with kids.
Book your Bartlesville car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel for a relaxing trip. You’ll find prices averaging at $45 per day for car rental in Bartlesville.
Things To Do in Bartlesville
Explore nature and wildlife
Woolaroc Ranch, Museum and Wildlife Preserve is the erstwhile ranch estate of oil baron Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum Company. Sprawling across 3700 acres, this large wildlife preserve hosts exotic and native animals of over 30 species like bison, water buffaloes, and longhorn cattle that you can easily meet as you drive through. There is also a seasonal petting zoo and many nature trails as well as an authentic remodeling of an 1840s Trader’s Camp where you can get a glimpse of early settler living. You will also find an enthralling museum that houses over 55,000 artifacts from the Southwest and Native Americans as well as the largest collection of Colt firearms in the world.
Admire art and architecture
An architectural masterpiece designed by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Price Tower Arts Center is a skyscraper that has been designated as a National Historic Landmark and is a must-see while in Bartlesville. You will be amazed by its distinctive style, as well as the captivating views of the city from the topmost floors. The museum on the 16th floor displays exhibits on modern art, furniture, and design. You can opt for guided tours to learn all about the tower and its history. Later enjoy a delicious meal at the fine-dining eatery, Copper Bar + Restaurant on the 15th floor, where you can savor their duck confit salad or chicken dumplings.
Take the kids to an amusement park
For kids below 12 years, Bartlesville Kiddie Park is the perfect destination for a day trip. Here they can enjoy a variety of fun rides such as a small roller coaster, bumper cars, airplanes, and a carousel. There is even a toy train that they can ride to go around the park. The quaint charm of the park makes it a firm favorite among kids.
Eating Out in Bartlesville
Hideaway Pizza offers scrumptious pizzas, pasta, salads, and sandwiches. It is the ideal place for weekday lunches. For some great grilled meats, head to Dink’s World Famous Pit BBQ, a family-owned restaurant that uses techniques of slow cooking over a hickory fire. Murphy’s Steakhouse is famous for its hot hamburger with tasty gravy poured all over.
The city is served by Bartlesville Municipal Airport (BVO), which is located one mile northwest of the city center.
Getting Around Bartlesville
Bartlesville’s public transit system, CityRide is operated by Cimarron Transit which has been providing demand response public transportation since 1999.
Most locals and tourists, however, opt to bring their own cars or rent one in the city for maximum comfort and flexibility in exploring Bartlesville and its surroundings. The most popular car rental agencies in town are Enterprise and Hertz.
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