• View of the grounds

    Oklahoma City

    National Memorial Oklahoma

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  • America the Beautiful Passes

    America the Beautiful Annual, Senior, and Access Passes are no longer available at the Oklahoma City National Memorial NPS office or the Memorial Museum. More »

  • National Park Week

    Get to know one of your national parks during National Park Week, and go wild...for history...for nature...for wildlife...for fun! April 19-27, 2014. More »

  • Junior Ranger Day

    Saturday April 26, 2014. More »

Be a Junior Ranger

Book cover with children's drawings

Click here to download a PDF copy of the Junior Ranger booklet (1.76MB PDF file).

Earn your Junior Ranger badge and learn more about the Memorial by completing our Junior Ranger program booklet.

Download the booklet before your visit, or get one from a park ranger on the Memorial grounds or by calling 405-609-8855.

More fun activites are available at the WebRanger website!

Spanish Junior Ranger Cover

Presione aqui descargar una copia en formato PDF del librete guardeparque joven (1.55 MB PDF archivo).

Sea un Guardeparque Joven

Gana su insignia guardeparque joven y aprender mas sobre el Monumento por completar nuestra Guardeparque Joven librete del programa.

Descarga el librete antes visita, o conseguir uno de un guardeparque en el monumento o por llamando 405-609-8855.


Did You Know?

Visitors under the Survivor Tree

The Survivor Tree is an important symbol of the Oklahoma City National Memorial. A 90+ year old American elm, it survived the April 19, 1995 explosion and represents human resilience. It has also survived Dutch elm disease, drought, tornadoes and ice storms. More...