Fodor's Expert Review Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum

Oklahoma City Museum/Gallery

The Alfred P. Murrah Federal building stands as a living memorial to those who were killed, those who survived, and those whose lives were forever changed by the bombing that occured here in 1995. A fitting prelude to the museum, the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial includes the Survivor Tree, the Field of Empty Chairs, and a reflecting pool, all framed by the Gates of Time. Inside the Memorial Museum, which withstood the bombing, more than a million photos, videos, artifacts, and pieces of evidence chronicle the historical events and the powerful stories of hope and healing that emerged from a city that would not be defeated by violence. Dial (405) 445–4792 from your cell phone and follow the prompts for a free audio tour of the outdoor section of the memorial.

Museum/Gallery Memorial/Monument/Tomb

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620 N. Harvey Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73102, USA


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