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I was born in Bartlesville so Phillips Petroleum Company was just part of my vocabulary from my youth. The museum provided a stroll down memory lane and also some surprising new discoveries. Very well presented and interesting displays.
Brief but informative visit at the Phillips Petroleum Museum. We had a little extra time between tours at other venues so we walked to the museum. It is free admission, well laid out, and on a Saturday afternoon not very busy. It covers, I assume,...More
I went to the Tulsa University on a Phillips scholarship and worked for them one summer. My wife's father worked for them for over forty years as a driller and head roustabout. He was very loyal to Phillips. After seeing how the company started and...More
There is a ton of information in this small museum. Exhibits cover the timeline from Frank Phillips earliest oil well, the Anna Anderson in 1905 to 2002 when Phillips Petroleum Company merged with Conoco to become Conoco Phillips. The layout was a bit confusing but...More
It was a bit corporate, but there were interesting facts that I learned while there. I did not know that they helped invent the hoola hoop. That was a fun one. Also some interesting historical pieces and oil machinery equipment on display.