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For forty miles north of Tulsa, the monotony of the plains is relieved only by clumps of spindly scrub oaks. Then comes quiet Bartlesville, dominated by the extraordinary, anachronistic Price Tower (Tues– Sat 10am–5pm, Sun noon–5pm; tours Tues– Sat 11am and 2pm, Sun 2pm). This cantilevered green oddity, at Sixth Street and Dewey Avenue, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1956 and resembles a tall tree. Today it holds art galleries, the stylish Copper Restaurant + Bar, on its 15th and 16th floors, and the modern Inn at Price Tower, an Arts and Crafts-style hotel …
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Hampton Inn Bartlesville, Ok

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Woolaroc Ranch, Museum & Wildlife Preserve

Originally established in 1925 as a personal ranch retreat by oilman Frank Phillips of Phillips Petroleum in an attempt to preserve the beauty of the Old West, this facility now is home to a large museum complex and wildlife ...

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