We are excited to announce that the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum will reopen today, June 10 at 9am. The Museum will follow guidelines and recommendations from health and safety experts throughout its facilities.
The Museum has been quietly testing its ability to host visitors at 25% capacity with timed ticketing, social distancing, enhanced cleaning measures, and by providing each visitor with a stylus to use on our many touch screen interactives.
Stronger Together Augmented Reality
April 19, 1995, changed us forever. Using your phone or tablet, you will meet six storytellers who represent the thousands impacted by the bombing inside of augmented reality. They will share personal experiences of those they represent and guide you through themes of Speaking Up, Liberty vs. Security, Forgiveness, Punishment, Memorialization, and Ethics in Journalism.
Download the app to your Apple or Android device before visiting.
25th Anniversary Exhibit
Visitors will experience a special Anniversary Exhibit upon entering the Museum. Housed in the Museum lobby, the exhibit includes a timeline with photos and artifacts from the past 25 years.
Oklahoma Standard Exhibit
In recognition of the generous spirit of Oklahomans, this exhibit showcases the history of the Oklahoma Standard and challenges visitors to participate through acts of Service, Honor and Kindness.
For your convenience, a new parking garage is now open across the street from the entrance to the Memorial Museum at the corner of N.W. 6th St. and N. Harvey Ave. Parking is FREE with a paid Museum admission. Click here for directions and more information.