Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower
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.