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Both a museum and wildlife preserve, Woolaroc was once the home of oil baron Frank Phillips. Now it showcases a variety of displays including world-class paintings, vintage aircraft, and representations of life in Oklahoma. The preserve is home to over 30 species of native and exotic animals all living within its idyllic ranch measuring approximately 3,700 acres. Admission is around $12 per person with hours between 10 AM to 5 PM Wednesday through Sunday (closed Monday and Tuesday).