We come here to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever. May all who leave here know the impact of violence. May this memorial offer comfort, strength, peace, hope and serenity.®

Currently at the Memorial & Museum

9:03 Fund Reaches $15 Million Milestone

The 9:03 Fund reached an important milestone today, surpassing its $15 million goal by nearly $300,000. Co-Chairs John Richels and Mike Turpen addressed campaign donors and the media as they recognized this milestone and the newest donors who made it possible. Memorial Chairman Susan Winchester and Executive Director Kari Watkins explained how the donations have already allowed for the completion and opening of Phase 1 of the Museum Enhancements. Phase I includes a new Gallery of Honor entrance and computer interactives that allow visitors to delve even deeper into the lives of those who were killed. More »


Family Members and Survivors Tour
Newly Opened Gallery of Honor

Family Members and Survivors of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing joined us for the opening of the updated Gallery of Honor, marking the end of Phase 1 of the Museum Enhancements. These important constituents saw the new entrance to the Gallery, and browsed through images, videos and stories of those who were killed in new interactive stations that add unparalleled depth to each persons story. We welcome all visitors to come experience the new Gallery of Honor. More »


PHASE I of Museum Enhancement Nears Completion – Opens this Week

Phase I of the Museum Enhancements opens this week and Memorial staff, exhibit designers and installers are working around the clock putting on the finishing touches. The relocated Gallery of Honor is breathtaking as are the new stories, exhibits and interactives that are being added to the Museum. More »