Absolutely great! We are petronalia collectors so we have wanted to visit for several years. So much interesting memorabilia and info. Loved it.
Very good museum that tells the history of the Phillips Oil Company, their products and other ventures. The museum is free and you can take pictures. They have a short film which gives a good overview of the company and then you wander through various displays, which have more information on items mentioned in the film. As many reviewers mention,... More
If you are fascinated by entrepreneurship and oil history this state-of-the-art museum is a chronicle of the Phillips Petroleum Company and its inventions and patents. Accompany this visit with the Frank Phillips Museum and the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve and you have a full day of discovering the oilman Frank Phillips and his love for the wild west that... More
Want to know what makes this town tick? Then visit this museum. You won't be bored. Vignettes showing the early days of oil drilling, displays are easy to understand and interesting to all ages which explain the processes of drilling and hands on exhibits.
Not someplace that you would travel a long distance to see, but an interesting way to spend some time if you are in Bartlesville. I enjoyed seeing all the memorabilia and the insights into how gasoline was marketed before people became addicted to cars and gasoline. It is obviously a large puff piece for the Company and all the wonderful... More
Located a block from the Price Tower, it gives you something else to do while in Bartlesville. I didn't know much about Phillips or the oil industry before going. But, it is a Phillips museum and presents the story of Frank Phillips from that angle.
Phillips is a terrible company that likes to be king in a one horse town. They treat employees poorly and discourage growth and competition. The 'museum' is a small area with some information but not worth stopping by.
I thought it was an excellent piece of history & enjoyed learning more about the founder of Phillips Petroleum.
This is a small but good museum detailing history of Phillips Petroleum Co. Definitely worth a stop
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