The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum is a moving national tribute to the lives affected by the Murrah Federal Building bombing on April 19, 1995. The story of the largest domestic terrorist attack in American history is told in the Outdoor Memorial in powerful features such as “The Field of Empty Chairs.” Representing each of the 168 lives lost, it marks where the building once stood. The Memorial Museum is a transformative experience, with state-of-the-art storytelling, where 35 new interactive exhibits follow the impact of violence and pursuit of justice. On 3.3 acres in downtown Oklahoma City, it is a place of quiet reflection and hope.
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