A symbolic remembrance of the impact of violence…
On April 19, 1995 Timothy McVeigh parked a Ryder truck outside of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The Oklahoma City bombing is remembered as a senseless act of domestic terrorism that took 168 lives and left many changed forever. The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is an affiliated site of the National Park Service, a tribute to the Memorial’s national significance.
Outdoor Symbolic Memorial Self-Guided Tour
Enjoy a walk around the outdoor symbolic memorial while learning the symbolism of this award winning design.Read More
Things to know before your visit
Plan your visit to the Oklahoma City National Memorial. All the information you need is available here to create a meaningful and memorable experienceRead More
Oklahoma City National Memorial Jr. Ranger Program
Participation in the Jr. Ranger program helps children to more fully understand the mission of the Oklahoma City National Memorial.Read More
Did You Know?
Heavily damaged as a result of the April 19, 1995 bombing, the historic Journal Record Building was rehabilitated and now houses the Oklahoma City National Museum. Built in 1923, the building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Oklahoma City National Memorial. More...