Plan Group Visit
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum welcomes all groups!
There are several ways for you to make a reservation.
A Group Tour specialist will handle all details and answer any questions. The following information will be needed for your reservation.
- Date of visit
- Arrival time
- Name of group and contact person
- Number of visitors in group
- Address, Phone Number, Fax Number and Email address
Group Rates (15 or more)
Seniors (62+) and Military (With ID) $8
Students $5 (Chaperone ratio for free admission is 7 to 1)
Free admission for bus drivers and group tour operator
Thanks to the generous support of the American Fidelity Foundation, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Devon Energy Corporation, Inasmuch Foundation and Pay It Forward, funding is available to help pay student admission for school groups visiting the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. To apply, click the following link and complete the online application form. Education Enrichment Grant
- National Park Service Rangers are available to give site orientation talks about the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial to pre-scheduled groups between the hours of 9:00am and 4:30pm by appointment.
- Scheduling your group for both a Ranger presentation at the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial and for the self-guided tour of the Memorial Museum is the best way to maximize your experience.
- Please contact us in case of late arrival or other challenges on the day of your visit.
The following programs are available for groups by appointment, and are no additional charge to Memorial Museum admission. Please allow an additional 45 minutes per program.
First Person - Stories of Hope
This program provides Museum visitors the opportunity to hear from people directly impacted by the bombing, whose remarkable stories evoke feelings of compassion, hope, and inspiration to live our lives more meaningfully. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience history – and the Oklahoma Standard – from those who lived it. Available by appointment.
Take a behind the scenes tour of the Archives to learn what we collect, why these historical documents, photos and artifacts are important to telling the story of the bombing, and how we are preserving them for future generations. Available by appointment.
Upon arrival to the Memorial Museum, your group leader should come to the ticket counter of the Memorial Museum (on the West end of the building, near the corner of NW 6th street and Harvey) to finalize payment. All others should remain on the bus or outside the Memorial Museum lobby. Tickets can be paid for prior to arrival or on arrival. Additional group tickets may be purchased at the group rate on arrival, but must be purchased with one payment. GROUP TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
Student groups are required to maintain the student/adult ratio in the Museum.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum reserves the right to refuse admittance if students are not properly supervised according to the required student/adult ratio.
Buses and Motorcoaches may load/unload passengers on 6th Street, but must park in the designated bus parking on 6th street or 7th Street, between Harvey and Robinson, in the designated bus parking zone. Group leaders and drivers should have a predetermined pick up time (in designated loading/unloading zones). Bus/Motorcoach parking is free.
MEMORIAL MUSEUM ETIQUETTE
- Please refrain from using gum, candy, food or drink.
- Cell phones and pagers should be respectfully silenced.
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
School groups may bring sack lunches that may be eaten while visiting the Outdoor Symbolic Memorial grounds. Please bring trash bags for disposal of your group’s trash. Unattended containers will be picked up by security. No unattended bags or coolers are permitted on Memorial Grounds or in the Memorial Museum. Please leave your lunches on your bus until you are ready to eat.
ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCIES
24-hour security guards can assist in case of accidents and emergencies.
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