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A nice history of the Phillips 66 Petroleum. The place is clean and nicely laid out. It is surprising all of the development of things they were into and not just gasoline. There is NO ADMISSION FEE, so those on a tight budget can enjoy also. No souvenir shop, just the pictures and memories.
The Energy Companies get lots of flak from the public. This is a state of the art museum that teaches you about the history of the petroleum industry in Oklahoma. My dad worked for the company when I was a kid and it brought back tons of memories.
great self walking tour, you felt like you knew Mr. Phillips when you left. still not sure why they call it 66, I guess i will have to go back. a great tour.
Free! You get a history of the company as well as other things associated with the company, such as the Phillips 66ers basketball team and the Splash Club.
We stopped in with our family. This museum is well thought out and had a lot of interesting history for the local area. Ever wondered who invented the plastic for the hula hoop? You'll find your answer here. The kids loved the activities. We went through the museum in about an hour because we were heading to lunch. The kids... 更多
This is a great place to visit if you are looking to learn more about how the oil and gas industry in Bartlesville evolved into what it is now. The museum has many different things to look at, and a nice video to watch that outlines the Phillips family and the start of the company. Great for families and adults... 更多
Very interesting and well presented history of Phillips 66. We enjoyed the exhibits and there is a lot to see. The staff is very friendly and helpful. There are different areas that tell specific pieces of the history. It is worth the trip to see this museum.
I was hoping to learn how Philips 66 got its name. I didn't figure it out, but I did learn that there was a Philips 77 gasoline as well. Frank Philips and his family were very interesting and they were very good to the town of Bartlesville.