We Come Here to Remember


Welcome to the

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

We come here to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever. May all who leave here know the impact of violence. May this memorial offer comfort, strength, peace, hope and serenity.®
  • Nasdaq Commemorates<br>20th Anniversary

    Nasdaq Commemorates
    20th Anniversary

    Delegates of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum opened the Nasdaq market this morning by ringing the Opening Bell in recognition of the upcoming 20th Anniversary of the Oklahoma City attack. The lessons learned that day – and in the months and years thereafter – have changed the way America responds to violence and terrorism. Continue Reading...

  • Have You Committed to the Oklahoma Standard?

    Have You Committed to the Oklahoma Standard?

    Sam Presti, Chair of the Oklahoma Standard Campaign and Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Oklahoma City Thunder, spoke with businesses, organizations and groups who were early committers to the Standard campaign. Continue Reading...

  • Heartland Grove Renewal</br>& Dedication

    Heartland Grove Renewal
    & Dedication

    On May 19, 1995 employees of the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry planted a grove of trees in the shape of a heart in remembrance of the seven USDA employees and members of our agriculture family we lost in the April 19th bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. Continue Reading...

  • Thunder Players Get an Early Start on Act of Honor

    Thunder Players Get an Early Start on Act of Honor

    New Oklahoma City Thunder players DJ Augustin, Enes Kanter, Steve Novak, Kyle Singler, and Dion Waiters are getting an early start on their commitment to the Oklahoma Standard with an Act of Honor. These players were led though the Memorial Museum by Executive Vice-President and General Manager of the Thunder Sam Presti who also serves as Chair of the Oklahoma Standard campaign. We appreciate their commitment to our legacy. Continue Reading...

LEARN

Learn more about the events of April 19, 1995 and the remarkable response that captivated a nation.

Download the Mobile App

We are excited to announce the release of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum mobile app in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary and re-opening of the Museum’s $10 million enhancements! Available on iPhone and Android devices, the App includes general info, tours, interactive content and much more. Download the FREE App today on your mobile device by searching OKCNM in the App Store or Google Play.

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