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.®

Currently at the Memorial & Museum

Governor Chris Christie Tours Memorial and Museum

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, Memorial Foundation Chair Susan Winchester and Executive Director Kari Watkins toured New Jersey Governor Chris Christie through the Memorial and Museum. Governor Fallin and Kari Watkins explained the significance of the symbolic elements of the Memorial and the signifigance of the enhancements the Museum is undergoing. The two Governors have a shared experience, their home states enduring times of loss and disaster with the bombing and Hurricane Sandy. More »

Stakeholders Leave Their Mark

Stakeholders Leave Their Mark

Over the past few days, Memorial Builders, Trustees, Staff, Designers and Construction teams have left their mark as part of the Museum Enhancements. Some stakeholders who made the enhancements possible, signed their names on pillars of concrete that will be covered, but their signatures will remain as a permanent contribution. More »

Museum Enhancements Progressing

The Museum enhancements continue to evolve. Construction of the Memorial Overlook is evident on the south end of the Museum, which will show visitors the Oklahoma City cityscape which serves as a living exhibit of the Oklahoma Standard. Completely re-imagined interactives and videos will complement new artifacts that will give visitors even more detail and insight into the Impact & Healing, Investigation & Justice, and Responsibility & Hope of the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing. Current visitors can see the progress through windows into the new areas, and will still be able to see every single panel of content in the Special Exhibit Gallery. More »