Welcome to Bartlesville!
With a history of black gold dating back to 1905, Bartlesville has a beautiful mix of architecture, culture, history and art.
Bartlesville boasts attractions you won’t find anywhere else, including the home of Phillips Petroleum Company. Be sure to stop at the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve that was once the “second home” of Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum Company. Look inside and explore the impressive collection of Native American and Western art. On the property’s 3,600 acres you can watch for roaming bison and Japanese Sika deer.
If you visit the Frank Lloyd Wright’s Price Tower & Price Tower Arts Center you will see modern art and feats in design including works by Oklahoma architect Bruce Goff. The Price Tower has been designated a National Historic Landmark and is famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s only fully-realized skyscraper.
At the Phillips Petroleum Company Museum you can learn Bartlesville’s history. Each summer you can take in over a week of sophisticated fun at the annual OKM Music Festival and get a sense of what this city in northeast Oklahoma is all about.
While you’re in town enjoying the many attractions stop by Tumbleweed’s Steakhouse, the best food in town!
One of the most flavorful, ender and juicy burgers of my life!
This was our second visit to Tumbleweeds. During first visit we enjoyed a nice homestyle meal in the restaurant. On this visit, my husband and I ordered Akaushi burgers to go. For approximately $12 a burger, I had one of the most flavorful, tender and juicy burgers of my life. The beef is high-quality, the toppings were fresh, and the bread seemed bakery-fresh. If you were looking for a casual restaurants in Bartlesville, I highly recommend stopping. And order the Akashi burger, it is out of this world.
We Loved Everything!
Went there yesterday and everything was amazing, staff were all super nice especially our server, my dad and I got black pepper steaks with baked potatoes and they were VERY good, we also got loaded nachos for our appetizer and we made 2 meals out of it later haha… We will definitely come back because we loved everything, the food AND the service!
Really Great Meal
I have driven by this restaurant frequently and noticed a number of cars around it. So we decided to give it a try and now we know why! The food was really good, the atmosphere inviting, and the wait staff extremely helpful and efficient. The menu includes a wide variety of great options, most with two orders of numerous sides available, and everything really tasty. Our table had grilled pork chop, steak, and smothered chicken. Everyone loved their meal.
Between four of us, we had Porterhouse steak, Steaktips and Rice, Salmon, and Greek Salad with Chicken. None of us were disappointed. The Porterhouse melted in the mouth. We arrived near the end of the lunch rush on Sunday so service was pretty fast.
Stopped in for dinner with a party of 8 while on a little road trip. Our waitress was phenomenal and so was the food! Generous portions and they were very attentive. Ordered dessert even though we were already full, and it was amazing! Highly recommend!
I was greatly impressed. I had the cracked black pepper steak and the jalapeno macaroni and cheese with mashed potatoes and gravy and a salad. The food was very good. Prices weren’t bad and the restaurant is nice. Our service was the best I’ve had in quite a while anywhere. There is no doubt I will be returning to this establishment fairly often as long as the quality holds up. I highly recommend Tumbleweed Steakhouse.