Can ride the trolley from downtown. Worth visiting. Spend as little or as much time as you like. Memorial is free.
A beautiful memorial to the lives of the victims. A reminder with tearful eyes to be kind and loving to all. Lives change in an instant. We send our prayers for the families of the victims and OKC.
The memorial is so very sad to see what happened that horrible day. But it is a I must see when Oklahoma City. One of the exhibits is actual feed from a meeting that was going on and you can hear the bomb going off in this recorded meeting.
Very well done memorial of the tragedy of 1995. Very touching approach to honor the victims and show the impact from violence. Museum tour took you back to that horrible day. While intentional, the museum did not give much insight into McVeigh or his motives, which would have been helpful education for my daughter.
Visited here in November towards dusk. Very eerie. I remember the event well however my wife was not familiar (we are not from the US). After being in the gardens we went to the museum where my wife got the full story behind the bombing. It was dark after we exited and we went across to the statue of Christ.... More
This entire memorial and museum are beautifully done. It is set up to take you through the day of the bombing from the normal day it began as to the changed world it was after. You are transported back to 1995. It is also sad seeing the ravaged, torn and dirty personal belongings of people that were uncovered in the... More
Just driving past brings back haunting memories of the domestic terrorism that struck OKC that morning. The memorial is tranquil and was designed with the utmost respect for those who parished and those that survived. Well worth the time to visit.
Visiting this museum, was hard to do, entered it knowing we'd be facing a sad tale, Very We'll Done! The order you see the exhibits reminds you of this tragic day, and explains the truth, what really happened.
Our visit to the memorial was an incredible experience. It took about 3 hours and is a place everyone should visit.
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