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The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum stands as a symbol of strength in the wake of unspeakable violence. Visit the Memorial Museum to experience the brutality of the Oklahoma City bombing, and the tenderness of the response. Share our dream...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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620 N Harvey Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102-3032
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Our visit was in the evening, museum was closed. But the fence with all the offerings and dedications was very moving. The memorial was beautiful, very peaceful. Highly recommend visiting this place.

1  Thank debbie j
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very well done memorial. Covers all aspect of the horrific event. Dont just view the outside portion of memorial. Take the time to do the inside. Its worth it.

1  Thank arcy z
Reviewed yesterday

I wasn’t sure what to expect from this museum. The event has been burned into my mind, like most Americans, and I wasn’t sure what they could have done to create an entire museum. I was pleased and overcome with emotion as I made my...More

1  Thank hokie2k
Reviewed yesterday

Worth taking the time to visit. Did not go at night but am told it is beautiful. Museum is well done.

1  Thank Dell T
Reviewed yesterday

The way they have set the self tour up is so impactful. You feel like you were apart of what happened that day. No information is left out. Be ready to have your emotions on overload. I cried like a baby through the whole tour....More

1  Thank Terra B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very emotional times. Good display honoring the victims. See this display at dusk and stay until dark..very nicely done

1  Thank Gary E
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We stopped to see it as we were in OKC. Very moving and interesting. Lots of information at the site. Guards there are very informative.

1  Thank david a
Reviewed 3 days ago

Memorial is a beautiful, informative site that brings many emotions into play. Extreme detail of events leading up to the attack, of the rescue and recovery, and events after the recovery

1  Thank Don L
Reviewed 3 days ago

I am usually not a fan of museums and memorials, but this one was Fantastic. Very well done with varying presentations of that horrific day. It is well spread out and I came away glad that I learned as much as I did. Definitely view...More

1  Thank kemeny1055
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Museum is very comprehensive review of the tragedy. Artifacts and video bring the events of the days to life. We spent 1 1/2 hrs and could have easily spent twice that time. Beautiful grounds.

1  Thank Nomad062_10
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Response from Kathleen S | Reviewed this property |
yes, it is handicap accessible
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Response from Shelly Dawn B | Reviewed this property |
Yes, 10 and 11 might understand it. Although we 4 year old who was curious about the last part of the tour in the museum and maybe you can grab the chance to explain what happened before:)
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