Experience the Story of the Oklahoma City Bombing
While at the conference, explore OKC’s National Memorial Museum with friends and colleagues. You’ll experience the story of the Oklahoma City Bombing through exhibits and recorded narratives from victims’ family members, survivors, rescue workers and others. The story is presented in ten chapters, beginning in Oklahoma City the morning of the bombing, the moments immediately following the blast, through the 16 days of rescue and recovery, and to the rebuilding of Oklahoma City.
Special Hours for Conference Attendees
The Memorial Museum will stay open until 7pm on Wednesday, September 5 for conference attendees.
To visit the Memorial Museum with the Summit Conference group:
Let Us Know You’re Interested!
When registering for the conference, check the box next to “I want more information about visiting the OKC Memorial Museum”. If you’ve already registered, contact Jenn Gundlach-Klatt at email@example.com to let us know you’re interested.
Purchase Your Tickets
We recommend purchasing tickets online ahead of time to avoid possible delays at the museum. Tickets are $15/Adult and $12/Senior (62+) and Students. They can be purchased at the National Memorial Museum website. They will also be available at the Museum before the group visit.
Conference Group Departure Time
5:20 pm: Meet in Skirvin Hotel Lobby for travel to the Memorial with friends and colleagues.
Transportation from the Skirvin Hotel
- Walk:The museum is a 5-block walk from the Skirvin Hotel.
- City Bus: Discovery Bus #50 runs from the hotel to the Memorial Museum and Bricktown every 30 minutes Monday – Saturday. The bus is accessible. Cost: $1.00/ride or $3.00/full-day pass (recommended). Exact change required when boarding.
- The museum is accessible and wheelchairs are available.
- The Gift Shop will close at 6 PM on Wednesday evening.
We hope to see you there!