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Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

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Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

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Oklahoma City is home to some of the best craft breweries in the country. This unforgettable experience will stop at five breweries for beer tastings with a behind the scenes look into the brewers process. A fun and knowledgeable tour guide will lead you on a bicycle ride at a leisurely pace stopping at notable sites in between breweries to learn about the city on a deeper level. Our comfortable and easy to ride 3-speed bicycles allow for many interesting view points of the city. Ride OKC was founded by passionate native Oklahoman's, a registered architect, cyclist, and off the beaten path travel enthusiasts. All bikes come with water bottle cages; baskets are available upon request.
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Yeti1988 wrote a review Oct 14
Denver, Colorado69 contributions3 helpful votes
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This was one of the most emotionally draining experiences of my life, but I don't regret it. The museum had me tearing up withing the first five minutes. There are interactive exhibits and lots of videos to watch throughout. What I appreciated the most was how it focused on the victims, first responders, and their families, not the cowards that perpetrated this heinous act. Yes, they do discuss them amd the investigation, but that is not the primary focus of the museum, which it shouldn't be. The memorial outside is tastefully done and deserves time spent there as well. It was my first stop before hitting the museum. I would like to add one thing. The memorial is just that: a memorial. Show respect. It is an area for reflection. It also doubles as a sort of cemetary. Don't let your children run around all over, don't talk loudly about your dinner reservations and for Pete's sake don't take selfies! That's just tasteless!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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kellyvol wrote a review Oct 13
Chattanooga, Tennessee97 contributions24 helpful votes
There were many individual interviews which were never aired nationally, so in the museum we got a better idea of the impact of the event.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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MidwestKathM wrote a review Oct 11
Detroit, Michigan263 contributions25 helpful votes
Our first visit to Oklahoma City so visited the Memorial with family who live here. A beautiful memorial! The setting is serene and thought-provoking as we walked around the reflecting pool, the walls, the survivor tree, the chairs each with the name of a victim, and the fence with notes and memorabilia. Very sobering, and more so with the stories our family shared of that day and the weeks that followed. (We did not visit the museum, due to time constraints.)
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Con L wrote a review Oct 11
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Exceptionally well done presentation of a piece of our history. Very thoughtful and moving experience. A must-see in OKC.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Globaby100 wrote a review Oct 9
Fenton, Michigan328 contributions61 helpful votes
We are traveling across the country and wanted to see this museum. It was great! Lots of beautiful paintings, amazing gardens with exhibits, well done!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from SamThomasOKCNM, Public Relations Manager at Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
Responded 1 week ago
Hey! This looks like a review for the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. We just wanted to make sure your review was left in the right place.
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