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The Bartlesville Community Center is an architecturally-unique structure in downtown Bartlesville that was designed by Wesley Peters, the chief architect of Taliesin West–The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. The center is home to the Marie Foster Performing Arts Hall, which is an acoustically superb performance hall that can seat over 1,700 guests and has been called one of the finest concert halls in the country. Other facilities include and art gallery and the Studio Theater, which can host small theatrical productions and special events.
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Rising 221 ft (67 m) high, Bartlesville's Price Tower was the only skyscraper built by Frank Lloyd Wright during his career. Wright explored the idea of cantilevering with this design, where portions of a building are suspended without out traditional supports, held up by the inner wall, much like a tree holds up its branches. Today, the tower houses the Price Tower Arts Center, as well as an upscale hotel, restaurant and bar. Tours of the tower are offered Tuesday through Sunday.
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Designed and built in the 1930s by renowned Kansas City architect, Edward Buehler Delk for oil baron H.V. Foster, the La Quinta Foster Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and can be visited by guided tour with advance notice. The Spanish-style mansion boasts 32 rooms, 14 bathrooms, and 7 fireplaces, as well as hand painted ceilings and stained glass windows, a four-story tower with views of the surrounding countryside, a fountain made of cantera stone northern Mexico and a den with mosaic tiles that tell the story of Don Quixote.
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Operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society and a National Register Historic Site, the Frank Phillips Home is a neo-classical mansion that was a luxurious residence of Phillips, oil baron and founder of the Phillips Petroleum Company. The house features rich imported Philippine mahogany, handcrafted molded ceilings, Waterford crystal chandeliers and original furnishings, all of which can be seen on a guided tour.
BulletAtchison, Topeka and Santa Fe/Missouri-Kansas-Topeka Railroad Depot
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This historic and distinctive building was built in 1909 as a joint agency depot, thus allowing multiple train agencies to share the lines. Today, the beautifully restored building houses the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Centre and is open weekdays.
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Situated in Nowata, approximately 25 minutes east of Bartlesville, the Glass Mansion was the home of J. Wood & Eva Payne Glass, the former being a pioneer in the development of the area's oil fields. Tours are available by appointment.
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The Dewey Hotel was built in 1900 and was the area's landmark and fashionable hotel and restaurant in the early 20th century. Today, the restored Victorian hotel is open to the public and showcases its early history with period furnishings, glassware, clothing and rare photographs of early day life of the area. Open daily (excluding holidays) May through mid-December.
BulletHistoric Phillips Aviation Office at Frank Phillips Field
Situated on Wiley Post Drive near Frank Phillips Field, the Historic Phillips Aviation Office was home to the landmark Phillips 66 Petroleum Company's private planes and is open year for public viewing.

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