A sad but beautiful place to visit in Oklahoma City. We visited the site at night. We took our children so they could see the memorial. We did not go to the museum. We entered in the gates of time and saw the reflection pool where the road used to go through. Chairs light up at night that represent all the people that died that day with each row symbolizing what level of the building that day they were on. Smaller chairs for children and larger for adults. Survivor tree is amazing. We are lucky enough that a park ranger gave a brief synopsis of what lead up to the bombing, day of, and what happened after. So glad we were there to hear that. Very informative. My middle son left a penny on one of the children's chairs. So sweet.
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