The Memorial and Museum is dedicated to educating visitors about the impact of violence, informing about events surrounding the bombing, and inspiring hope and healing through lessons learned by those affected.
This is a must see when you visit OKC! The moving memorial and museum honors those affected by the bombing on April 19, 1995.
You can walk around the grounds or see the museum. The museum is fairly intense and a little expensive, but the park outside is plenty if you don’t want all that.
I highly recommend this place. Touched my heart when I visited my first year ( last year ) here.
A tragedy hit our state on April 19, 1995 when the Alfred P Murray Building was bombed. 168 people lost their lives. This museum takes you through the day, the hours and the aftermath of this tragic day in history.
This museum and memorial captured the historical moment of what Timothy McVeigh did in the heartland. The committee for 911 memorial team came to OKC to gain insight on how to build their memorial.
“Small museum, they get in great exhibits it is usually just a couple of hours so very doable and then on to other things in your day. The Cafe is great spot for Brunch”
“This 15 acre garden features a children's garden, dog park, and splash fountains. Perfect for family outings on a nice day!”
“Very versatile mixture of shops, boutiques, restaurants, and technology centers in one place.”
“Rated one of the best zoo! Spend a whole day as they have several great exhibits!”