The Memorial Museum is open from 9am to 6pm with the last ticket sold at 5pm on July 4th, Independence Day.
The Museum is the nation’s primary institution for exploring the Oklahoma City bombing, its aftermath and documenting its impact. The Museum tells stories of heroism and resilience through the eyes of those who lived it. Through interactive technology, video narratives and our collection of artifacts, visitors learn how tragedy united the nation and will come away with a new sense of strength, peace and resolve.
Exploring with children?
Plan to bring children to the Museum? We have resources to help explain the story on their terms. Download the app for a Family Video Walking Tour and an Interactive Journalism Adventure that puts your child in the role of a reporter covering the incident.
Before your visit, sit down for five minutes and watch this video, A Day to Remember, read by America’s Got Talent’s Darci Lynne Farmer.