Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets

22 Reviews | Oklahoma City, USA

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The Memorial Museum is an interactive learning experience that takes you on a chronological self-guided tour through the story of April 19, 1995, and the days, weeks and years that followed the bombing of Oklahoma City’s Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The story tracks the remarkable journey of loss, resilience, justice and hope.

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Average 4.95 out of 5 stars based on 22 verified reviews from Cool Destinations and TripAdvisor

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Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
K2cUS, Dec 2021 Verified
This was an emotional and powerful museum. The memorial outside is beautifully done showing each person who lost their life that day. I reccomend touring the museum which has so much information. Leave enough time at least 1 1/2 - 2 hours to take it all in. It is a heart wrenching museum that also showed how people pulled together in the middle of that tragedy.
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
amyeG5753VX, Dec 2021 Verified
We can see why the Memorial is the number one activity in Oklahoma City. The tour is sobering to say the least. They do a fantastic job of personalizing each individual who lost their life in the tragedy and telling the stories of the survivors. The details, the artifacts and the timeline transport visitors back to that dreadful day. They also focus on the resilience of the city and offer a challenge that this can never happen again. This is a must see when visiting Oklahoma City!
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
safety_princess, Nov 2021 Verified
We visited the museum the first day we were in OKC> The museum was well designed and executed. For those who were not familiar with the events and aftermath of that terrible day, you will be fully educated by the end of your visit. The photos of the victims and their stories were heartbreaking. The memorial garden outside was very peaceful and well done.
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
susanrL1721ZD, Nov 2021 Verified
A very well done museum and memorial to those who died in the bombing of the Federal Building as well as to the survivors. Unfortunately we arrived only about an hour and a half before closing. To do this museum justice plan on two plus hours in the museum. So touching and done in such a thoughtful and moving manner. The stories of the survivors, what they witnessed and what they felt on that eventful day were heartfelt. The memorial outside the building from the East and West Gates to the Reflecting Pool and the Field of Chairs truly touched the heart. Terrorism can be home grown and the Oklahoma City National Museum and Memorial certainly attests to that. If you are able to visit this site I would highly recommend it.
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
F2322RUrobertl, Nov 2021 Verified
we visited the OKC National Memorial Museum, OKC Firefighters Museum, The Cowboys Western Museum, and the Oklahoma Railroad Museum. The National Memorial Museum is heartbreaking. Everyone should go to see the tragic destruction of 168 lives and the Amazing strength of the OKLAHOMA CITY SPIRIT.
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
OnTheRoadAgain8180, Nov 2021 Verified
From start to finish this was an incredible experience, one that will push your emotions while doing a great honor to the victims of that horrible day. Beginning with background of the day followed by the Water Resources Board hearing, where you hear the actual bombing, you will get a small sense of what took place. The stories are gut wrenching, particularly the day care center on the 2nd floor, but there are many uplifting stories of people coming together to help one another both that day and in the days ahead. Take the time to explore the Memorial after you've been through the Museum. From the reflecting pool where there was once a street, to the Field of Empty Chairs (where the Murrah building stood) that honors the victims, it is essential part of the visit. A special thank you to Daniel McKee, who spent some time answering our questions and providing insight we were not aware of. Of the many museums we have visited, I would put this at the top along with the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in NYC and the Civil Rights Museum in Memphis.
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
maapar, Nov 2021 Verified
Very sobering and moving experience to go through the museum . It makes you feel as if you were there in the middle of the chaos. They do an incredible job beginning to end. The most impressive thing was how so many good citizens came together after this and helped each other. We need more of this type of behavior today. The outdoor memorial is very well done and the Chairs are a visual reminder of all those lost that day. Highly recommend!
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
Jodi_C, Nov 2021 Verified
The entire story museum was so powerful - we must never forget the devastation, pain and loss but at same time remember the love, generosity and hope of those who survived.
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
teresae36, Nov 2021 Verified
We really were touched by the memorial and how Well it was done. We learned so much from that day. I recommend it to anyone visiting the city.
Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Tickets
Jackie S, Oct 2021 Verified
This museum takes you from 9:00 on April 19, 1995 with an actual recording of the bomb going off taken by a law office across the street. You then follow a detailed timeline (artifacts, photos, videos) of what happened in the minutes, hours, days after this bomb was detonated. Then it moves to who did it and why. There is a room dedicated to the trial and sentencing of the murderers. And then there is a very respectful and moving memorial to all those who lost their lives. Outside the memorial continues with a reflecting pond and chair memorial. This was such a dark time in American history but it was also a time when we all came together to help each other. A must see American memorial and museum.

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