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Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum which includes modern architecture, a pond and a park
Reflect on the history of the city at this sprawling park, which commemorates the victims, survivors and rescue teams involved in the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995.

The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum is a symbolic tribute to a devastating event in the city’s history. Memorials, sculptures and museum exhibits tell the story of the terrorist attack that took place in 1995. Wander through a collection of reflective areas and play your part in preserving the memory of those affected by the Oklahoma City bombing.

On April 19, 1995, a truck filled with explosives was detonated outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The explosion impacted the north face of the building and killed 168 people within. View the Oklahoma City National Memorial formed around the bomb site in response to the tragedy, providing an important outlet for grief, hope and resilience in the city.

Stroll through the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial, which is comprised of a series of reflective monuments. Walk through the monumental bronze Gates of Time and wander alongside the Reflecting Pool. This shallow granite pool marks the former Fifth Street location. The site of the Murrah building is marked by the Field of Empty Chairs, which represent the 168 people who lost their lives. See the names of the 600 people who survived the bombings inscribed on the remaining original walls of the Murrah building.

Make your way to a tall American elm tree, which survived the blast and is now known as the Survivor Tree. Nearby, the Rescuers’ Orchard features plantings of redbuds, maples and elms that represent the rescue teams who came to the aid of the survivors.

Enter the Memorial Museum to go on a self-guided tour through the events that took place on and after April 19, 1995. Discover a story of hope and resilience and learn about the efforts that helped the city to rebuild.

The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum is located in downtown Oklahoma City. The National Memorial Museum and the Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism are located north of the park. There is an admission fee for entry to the museum however, the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is free to visit any time of the day.

Reflect on the history of the city at this sprawling park, which commemorates the victims, survivors and rescue teams involved in the Oklahoma City bombing of 1995.

The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum is a symbolic tribute to a devastating event in the city’s history. Memorials, sculptures and museum exhibits tell the story of the terrorist attack that took place in 1995. Wander through a collection of reflective areas and play your part in preserving the memory of those affected by the Oklahoma City bombing.

On April 19, 1995, a truck filled with explosives was detonated outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The explosion impacted the north face of the building and killed 168 people within. View the Oklahoma City National Memorial formed around the bomb site in response to the tragedy, providing an important outlet for grief, hope and resilience in the city.

Stroll through the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial, which is comprised of a series of reflective monuments. Walk through the monumental bronze Gates of Time and wander alongside the Reflecting Pool. This shallow granite pool marks the former Fifth Street location. The site of the Murrah building is marked by the Field of Empty Chairs, which represent the 168 people who lost their lives. See the names of the 600 people who survived the bombings inscribed on the remaining original walls of the Murrah building.

Make your way to a tall American elm tree, which survived the blast and is now known as the Survivor Tree. Nearby, the Rescuers’ Orchard features plantings of redbuds, maples and elms that represent the rescue teams who came to the aid of the survivors.

Enter the Memorial Museum to go on a self-guided tour through the events that took place on and after April 19, 1995. Discover a story of hope and resilience and learn about the efforts that helped the city to rebuild.

The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum is located in downtown Oklahoma City. The National Memorial Museum and the Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism are located north of the park. There is an admission fee for entry to the museum; however, the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial is free to visit any time of the day.

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Wyndham Grand Oklahoma City Downtown
Wyndham Grand Oklahoma City Downtown
4 out of 5
10 N Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$142 per night from 8 Jul. to 8 Jul.
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Chesapeake Energy Arena and Oklahoma State Fair Arena (The Big House). Oklahoma ...
4/5Very Good! (951 reviews)
"The moment we pulled up to the hotel we were greeted with genuine smiles and an upbeat attitude. Which is exactly how we were greeted and treated until we checked out and pulled away. Every member of the staff from Valet to front desk to restaurant to cafe to housekeeping was so eager to assist us ..."

Reviewed on 16 Jun. 2021

Wyndham Grand Oklahoma City Downtown
Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
4 out of 5
100 West Oklahoma City Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$270 per night from 8 Jul. to 8 Jul.
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this spa hotel is steps away from Scissortail Park and Chesapeake Energy Arena. Oklahoma State Fair Arena (The Big House) ...
4.4/5Wonderful! (80 reviews)
"love it there"

Reviewed on 18 Jun. 2021

Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
4 out of 5
1 N Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$208 per night from 17 Jul. to 17 Jul.
Located in Downtown Oklahoma City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Red Earth Museum, Chesapeake Energy Arena and Prairie Surf Studios. Myriad Botanical ...
4.2/5Excellent! (962 reviews)
"Enjoyed seeing Devon Building out our window. The room was clean & comfy!"

Reviewed on 5 Jun. 2021

Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
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Hyatt Place Oklahoma City / Bricktown
Hyatt Place Oklahoma City / Bricktown
3 out of 5
20 Russell M. Perry Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$140 per night from 11 Jul. to 11 Jul.
Hyatt Place Oklahoma City / Bricktown
Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
4 out of 5
100 West Oklahoma City Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$270 per night from 8 Jul. to 8 Jul.
Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
Wyndham Grand Oklahoma City Downtown
Wyndham Grand Oklahoma City Downtown
4 out of 5
10 N Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$142 per night from 8 Jul. to 8 Jul.
Wyndham Grand Oklahoma City Downtown
Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
4 out of 5
1 N Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$208 per night from 17 Jul. to 17 Jul.
Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Oklahoma City Dwtn - Bricktown, an IHG Hotel
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Oklahoma City Dwtn - Bricktown, an IHG Hotel
2.5 out of 5
101 E. Main Street, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$143 per night from 20 Jun. to 20 Jun.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Oklahoma City Dwtn - Bricktown, an IHG Hotel
Aloft Oklahoma City Downtown - Bricktown
Aloft Oklahoma City Downtown - Bricktown
3 out of 5
209 North Walnut Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$146 per night from 5 Jul. to 5 Jul.
Aloft Oklahoma City Downtown - Bricktown
Colcord Hotel
Colcord Hotel
4.5 out of 5
15 N Robinson Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$239 per night from 20 Jun. to 20 Jun.
Colcord Hotel
Hampton Inn & Suites Oklahoma City-Bricktown
Hampton Inn & Suites Oklahoma City-Bricktown
2.5 out of 5
300 E Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$195 per night from 20 Jun. to 20 Jun.
Hampton Inn & Suites Oklahoma City-Bricktown
The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
4 out of 5
1 Park Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
The price is AU$210 per night from 27 Jun. to 27 Jun.
The Skirvin Hilton Oklahoma City
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.