Manage episode 228499912 series 1534382
It was Robert's Birthday and he wanted to go somewhere special. We left home and headed west into Kansas then south to Oklahoma. We ended up at the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve in Bartlesville, Ok.
It is a special place that was created by Frank Phillips back in the 1920s. Frank Phillips was also in the oil business. You might know it as Phillips 66!
The museum is set on 3700-acre wildlife preserve that is home to buffalo, deer, and zebras and also boasts a petting zoo. The 50,000 sq ft museum houses an array of Plains Indian artifacts as well as many early settlement artifacts. You will find everything from moccasins to airplanes in this wonderful museum.
If you are in the area please go check it out. We spent 5 hours in the museum alone and we still felt like we didn't see everything. Check out our video.
Another trip is already planned for a return visit in April of 2019!!!