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2014 Student Essay Contest Winners Recognized

The 2014 Essay Contest winners were recognized Sunday at the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum. Students, along with their families and teachers, heard from 1995 United States Deputy Attorney General Jamie Gorelick and former Oklahoma State Highway Patrol Trooper Charlie Hanger, whose excerpts on security vs. liberty provided the basis for the essays. More »

Download the Memorial 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. More »

Memorial Museum Grand Re-Opening

Memorial Museum Grand Re-Opening

Today, exactly one year after the 2014 Wall-Breaking Ceremony, 9:03 Campaign donors, city and community leaders and Memorial trustees joined us in celebrating the Grand Re-Opening of the Memorial Museum. More than $15 million has been raised for Museum Enhancements and an endowment through the 9:03 Campaign. In addition, plans for the 20th Anniversary were announced that include The Oklahoma Standard Campaign chaired by Memorial Trustee and OKC Thunder General Manager Sam Presti. A crowd of 175 toured the Museum then watched as a ceremonial ribbon was cut. Please visit The Oklahoma Standard website for more information about the Oklahoma Standard and the 20th Anniversary. More »