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Oklahoma City Natl Meml & Msm

620 N Harvey Ave (at Houston Street)
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(405) 235-3313
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Oklahoma City Natl Meml & Msm - Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City Natl Meml & Msm - Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City Natl Meml & Msm - Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City Natl Meml & Msm - Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City Natl Meml & Msm - Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City Natl Meml & Msm - Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City Natl Meml & Msm - Oklahoma City, OK


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The memorial is dedicated to the victims of the bombing in Oklahoma City of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in 1995. It's a...


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Editorial review from Gogobot 7/22/2014

The memorial is dedicated to the victims of the bombing in Oklahoma City of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in 1995. It's a... more

Editorial review from Gogobot 4/5/2014

A must stop when you're in OKC. Pay respect to those who passed, those who rescued and those who survived. At night the chairs light up... more

Editorial review from Gogobot 3/23/2014

Very well done. Moving. To see what a normal street and average city this happened on is surreal. The memorial is beautiful and the... more

I've tried nearly EVERYTHING in their... 9/9/2008

jcklngrn Provided by Partner
I've tried nearly EVERYTHING in their breakfast/brunch menu and there's no better place to eat on a lovely morning over the weekend. more

This place lived up to the hype.... 9/9/2008

tennisboy Provided by Partner
This place lived up to the hype. Mouthwatering blueberry pancakes, a great biscuit/eggs, and a nice (if a little too sweet, however) waffle....thi... more

I avoid it on weekends (because of the... 9/9/2008

xanthes Provided by Partner
I avoid it on weekends (because of the maddening crowd) but often frequent it during weekdays. Although best known (and rightly so) for their fluf... more

A beautiful and terrible place 7/15/2007

I've been to the outdoor portion of the memorial several times. It's beutiful and peaceful. But it is sad. It took me a few visits before I was able to will myself into the museum portion of the memorial. I finally went in 2006. I'm glad I did. Even as I type this my eyes begin to well with tears. And I'm a grown man. The sense of sadness, helplessness and even anger are still there. But these are to be expected when the innocent die. The displays are heartwrenching at times but ultimately there is a sense of hope that even out of something so tragic and senseless God and reach down into this sinfull world and cause poeple to reach out and help those who need it most. This place is a must see. more

Words can hardly describe 11/2/2005

The OKC National Memorial is a place that cannot be described or put into words exactly. It is a beautiful memorial to those that lost their lives on April 19, 1995. I think to me the best way to describe it is humbling. I would that every person could visit the memorial and pay their respects. more

great place 10/6/2005

On April 19, 1995, a misguided and angry person stole the life of over one hundred individuals when he parked a truck rigged with explosives. In the 10 years that it has taken to recover, that sight is now one of the most profound memorials in a city. There are still people who put momentos on a fence for the friends and loved ones that were lost. They range from keychains to teddy bears. There are over 100 empty seats which serve as a reminder of the lives that were lost, as well as a reflection pool to remind us not to let it happen again. This is a family site with a museum and gift shop. It is a living lesson that can easily be felt when you stand in the midst of what used to be a tragic site. more

A Tasteful Memorial 9/18/2005

On the morning of April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh parked a rented Ryder truck with explosives in front of the complex and, at 9:02am, a massive explosion occurred which sheared the entire north side of the building, killing 168 people. Following an investigation and recovery of victims' bodies, the surviving structure was demolished with explosives on May 23, 1995. The Water Resources Board and Athenian Building were heavily damaged and later destroyed. The site later became home to the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. Outdoor Symbolic Memorial Designed by Butzer Design Partnership, this Memorial honors the victims, survivors, rescuers, and all who were changed forever on April 19. It encompasses the now-sacred soil where the Murrah Building once stood, capturing and preserving forever the place and events that changed the world. This is one of the most moving memorials in the country. Visitors enter through gates inscribed with the hour and minute at the top. At night, th more
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A friendly neighborhood alcove offering top-notch breakfasts to a young, hip crowd.

Owner Message

  • The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum stands as a symbol of strength in the wake of unspeakable violence. Visit the Memorial Museum to experience the brutality of the Oklahoma City bombing, and the tenderness of the response.

    Share our dream of a world without violence and terrorism.. Tours


  • The main reason this is a brunch mecca is the food: thick, fluffy brioche French toast, served with maple butter and fresh berries, excels; likewise, a clever sandwich of scrambled eggs and tomato jam in a light, salty buttermilk biscuit. And, of course, the cakes, pies, and other desserts are out of control, and you can have a sneak peak at many of them, as you enter. To the left is a small counter where solo diners can enjoy a meal; groups head to the right to be seated in the bright, airy dining room. There's lots of blond wood, service is cheery and the general air is friendly.

  • 3/7/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Fri 8am-4pm, 6pm-11pm Sat 10am-4pm, 6pm-11pm Sun 10am-4pm
  • Payments:

    Cash, American Express, Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Lower East Side, Downtown, Midtown Redevelopment, Central Oklahoma City