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The 26-room Frank Phillips Home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and open for tours Wed-Sat. Tour times are 10, 11, 2, 3, and 4 o'clock and also at 1 pm on Saturdays. Tours last approx. 1 hour, and a special Director's Tour is...more
I was overwhelmed with the beauty of this home!
Our tour guide, Carla, was a delight and provided wonderful information regarding the interesting family members and the history of their home. The fact that the home is furnished with many original pieces of furniture was...More
I took the advise from another post to take the tour of the Frank Phillips Home first, before going to the Oil Museum, Or Woolorock , and I very much agree. It gives the visitor a better time line on the life and history of...More
We called a day ahead to reserve a spot in the Director's Tour, which is a slightly longer "behind the ropes" tour of the Phillips home. Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly, and we enjoyed learning the family history as we admired their beautiful home....More
We really enjoyed touring the Phillips Home. Go early for the tour because they have an interesting museum in the visitor center that is definitely worth checking out. Our tour was great. This home had all the modern conveniences of its time. Most of the...More
My wife and I took a day trip to Bartlesville and visited the home. It is almost identical to the way it was when built with much of the original furniture still in the home. The tour guide was vary knowledgeable and provided a lot...More
We totally enjoyed the experience, along with the mini-museum that is available to walk through as you wait for your tour to begin. The guides were knowledgeable and seemed to enjoy their service. It was a wonderful glimpse into the past.
My husband and I took my mom to tour the house and were very impressed with the tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and had some cute stories, The home itself was really cool and love that they had so many original pieces of furniture...More
An elevator was installed many years ago inside the house. However, there are a lot of steps to go up into the house and so he wouldn't be able to enter into the house itself. The elevator isn't always functional either if... More
An elevator was installed many years ago inside the house. However, there are a lot of steps to go up into the house and so he wouldn't be able to enter into the house itself. The elevator isn't always functional either if memory serves me correctly. Even if your mom did got up the front steps, she might have to stay on the first floor. To be honest, you'd have a much better time taking her to Woolaroc where it's much more handicap friendly and it has places to sit throughout the museums.