Planning Your Visit

Admission for groups of 15+

To receive the discounted rate, payment must be made in ONE lump sum. Payment may be made by check, school purchase order, cash or credit card.

Group Programs

Reservations are required for all programs

Memorial Museum

(1.5 hours)
The Memorial Museum is an interactive learning experience that takes you on a chronological self-guided tour through the story of April 19, 1995, and the days, weeks and years that followed the bombing of Oklahoma City’s Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The story tracks the remarkable journey of loss, resilience, justice and hope.

Outdoor Symbolic Memorial

(30 minutes)
National Park Service Rangers are available to provide presentations on the symbolism and significance of the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial.

Uncover-Discover Lab Experience

(3 hours)
The Uncover-Discover Lab teaches the lessons learned from the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, including how those lessons have shaped the way Federal buildings are now constructed as well as new methods of crime investigation. Using large touch-screen tables, students work independently, then come together as a group to find solutions to their challenges – just as first responders to the Oklahoma City bombing had to work together in teams to save lives and investigate the crime. Currently, two lessons are available: Structures & Waves and Forensics & Investigation.

Additional Programs

To enhance the field trip experience, the following programs are available with Museum admission.

First Person: Stories of Hope

(30 minutes)
Experience history firsthand and how lives were changed forever on April 19, 1995. Hear from people directly impacted by the bombing, whose remarkable stories evoke feelings of compassion, hope, and inspiration to live our lives more meaningfully.

Archives Tour

(30 minutes)
Take a behind the scenes tour of the Archives to learn what we collect, why these historical documents, photos and artifacts are important to telling the story of the bombing, and how we are preserving them for future generations.

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