A Trip You Will Never Forget

We look forward to welcoming your group of 15 or more and customizing your experience. Download the app before arrival for tours and exclusive content to enhance your experience.

Click here for information on School Groups. Free parking with admission at Memorial garage.

Group Admission Rates

Adults $16
Seniors (62+) $14
Military (With ID) $14
Students (Chaperone Ratio is 15 to 1) $7
*Programming Add-Ons
$2 per person

(Free admission for bus drivers and group tour operator.)

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Add unique experiences to your group’s trip – like a tour of the Memorial Archives, Park Ranger tours and more.

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Programming Add-Ons

Exclusive experiences are sure to enhance your visit. Each of the following add-on options cost only $2 per person. Be sure to select any add-on options on the third step of your ticket purchase.

First Person: Stories of Hope

Hear directly from family members, survivors, first responders and more – people impacted by the bombing – whose remarkable First Person stories evoke feelings of compassion, hope and inspiration to live our lives more meaningfully. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience history – and the Oklahoma Standard – from those who lived it. Available Monday through Friday.

Outdoor Symbolic Memorial National Park Ranger Tour

National Park Service Rangers are available to give Outdoor Symbolic Memorial talks for pre-scheduled groups between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:30 PM.

Memorial Archives Tour

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Memorial Archives, the storage and preservation facility of the Memorial. An archivist will lead you through the archives, which houses millions of artifacts, highlighting objects of special interest. Be sure to select the Archive Tour option on the final step of your ticket purchase.

Uncover-Discover STEM Lab

The Uncover-Discover STEM Lab is an interactive experience integrating STEM concepts with history, stimulating learning and connecting the past with the future. Using large touch-screen tables, you will work independently, then come together as a group to find solutions to challenges – just as first responders to the Oklahoma City bombing had to work together to save lives and investigate the crime.



Upon arrival to the Memorial Museum, your group leader should come to the ticket counter to finalize payment. Tickets can be purchased prior to arrival or on arrival. Additional group tickets may be purchased at the group rate on arrival but must be purchased in one payment.

Buses & Motor Coaches

Buses may load and unload passengers in front of the Museum going north on Harvey Ave. Buses and motor coaches should continue to head north and turn east on NW 7th Street and park in the designated bus parking zone between Harvey and Robinson.

Food & Beverages

Your group is welcome to bring sack lunches, but please bring trash bags for disposal of your group’s trash. Unattended containers will be picked up by security. Due to safety concerns, no unattended bags or coolers are permitted on Memorial grounds or in the Museum. Please leave lunches on the bus until you are ready to eat.

Special Use of Site

Want to bring your choir group to sing under the Survivor Tree or play music on the outdoor site? Fill out our Special Use of Site form for consideration.

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