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Photos & Multimedia

Explore the Memorial through photographs, videos, and podcasts.

History & Culture

The wealth of stories that surround the Memorial is awe inspiring. The 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building is a complex tale that deeply touched the country and the world.

Education

Visiting the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial and Museum assists learners in making a deeper connection to this event and the important place it holds in American history. Multiple ways to experience the Memorial are available, including scheduling a talk with a Park Ranger, touring the museum, and curriculum based lesson plans.

Kids & Youth

There are a wide variety of activates that are available for youth to participate in as they explore the Memorial and other National Park Sites.

Management

This unique site is a partnership between a community led non-profit Trust and the National Park Service.The two entities work together in order to communicate this important part of history with the world.

Last updated: March 2, 2015

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Oklahoma City National Memorial
301 NW 6th Street, Suite 305

Oklahoma City, OK 73102-0676

Phone:

(405) 609-8855

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