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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
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My husband and I recently went to the Frank and Jane Phillips’ home for a tour. Our tour guide was very entertaining and answered a lot of questions! The home has been meticulously maintained so that it is the same as it was when the...More
This is a great home to visit. You get a guided tour that explains everything about the house. We were really taken back on what a gorgeous house it is. What elegance it has. We recommend this to anyone who visits Bartlesville.
The home is in excellent shape and the furnishings are in the exact same spot as they were when Frank and his family lived in the home (thanks to a photographic albumn that was found with the homes belongings which shows the layout of each...More
Took a tour through almost all of the house of Frank Phillips and his family. There was no cost cutting in the building and modifications to this house. Gives a look at how one of the wealthiest men in the US lived his life and...More
Meticulously kept, this house is almost just as it was when Frank and Jane Phillips lived there. The home is in great shape and the docents are very knowledgeable. There is some truly beautiful artwork and furniture - plus a lot of great stories, too....More
We have toured many mansions, but this was one of the best. The home was beautiful and appeared ready for the Phillips family to return. The period furnishings were exquisite. Our tour group was small so we had opportunities to ask questions and spend longer...More
The mansion is just about as the Phillips' left it and the home is very well maintained and our docent was the best! We did the last tour of the day, after spending the morning at Woolaroc and the early afternoon at the Phillips 66...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.