November 2, 2023 - November 5, 2023

Buffalos, Barons and Bank Robbers

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Tour Description

Your package includes deluxe transportation and accommodations, all listed tour fees, and 8 meals.

A festival celebrating National Bison Day with Pioneer Woman, Woolaroc, Will Rogers, Frank Lloyd Wright, the Dalton Gang, and even feeding buffalo, this is going to be a great four days in Oklahoma.

Day 1:


Meals: Lunch

On our way into Oklahoma, we will stop in Claremore Ok to check out the Will Rogers Memorial Museum, where we will enjoy lunch and a presentation. Rogers was one of the nation’s top radio personalities, one of the nation’s top movie box office players, one of the nation’s most popular public speakers, and one of the nation’s leading newspaper columnists. Humor and folksy observations by Will Rogers were prized by audiences worldwide. In simple words, he told truth in a way that everyone could understand. Later we arrive at our hotel in Bartlesville, OK, where we will be staying for our entire trip   map

Day 2:


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Our first stop today will be at the Osage Nation  Museum. Devoted to the Osage people’s history, art, and culture, this is the oldest tribally owned museum in the U.S. How about some western film history now at the Ben Johnson Cowboy Museum? A collection celebrating Osage County cowboys, cowgirls, and western heritage honor the Oscar-winning actor. Now that lunchtime has come, we must stop at the Pioneer Woman Mercantile in Pawhuska for lunch and to enjoy the shopping experience. After some shopping, we will depart and make the short drive back to Bartlesville. We will enjoy a tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s only fully realized skyscraper here in Bartlesville.

Day 3:


Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Frank Phillips was one of Oklahoma’s original oil men, and his beautiful home in downtown Bartlesville is also on tour. It’s your chance to step back in time and experience life in the early 20th century. This 26-room Neo-Classical home was built in 1909. Afterward, we move on to Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve, also created by Frank Phillips. While here, you will find an 1840s mountain man camp, the Woolaroc Animal Barn. Here you might see a herd of buffalo roaming across the prairie. You will also have time at the museum with a unique display of Western art and artifacts. Native American pottery, baskets, beads, blankets, and much more await. We spend the remainder of the day at the Buffalo Days Festival at Old West Buffalo Company, celebrating National Bison Day. Old West Reenactments, music, dances, and storytelling will be offered at the 1800s Buffalo Rendezvous. Hay wagon rides to feed Bison will also be offered. A chuckwagon dinner is waiting for us this evening.

Day 4:


Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Today we enjoy a stop in Coffeyville, KS, to learn a little history and have lunch. Here in Coffeyville, we also visit the Dalton Defenders History Museum to learn about the Dalton Gang and how they were finally defeated here in Coffeyville. We will be returning home this afternoon.