Oklahoma City Memorial


2015 is the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing that took place on April 19, 1995.  The memorial is a beautiful yet somber reminder of that awful event that changed our way of life in so many ways in the United States.

A freshly refurbished museum is now open to the public that sits near the bombing site where the memorial now sits on over 3 acres of land.

We chat with the executive director of the Oklahoma City Memorial about how Oklahoma City has changed over 20 years and about what you’ll find in the new museum.

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Bill is a travel journalist, broadcaster and freelance writer based in Saint Louis, Missouri. Bill travels all across the country doing positive stories, highlighting people and places making America great. He's the host of the weekly Rediscover America podcast and author of the new book 100 Things To Do In America Before You Die! Bill enjoys parks, talking to strangers, eating medium-rare steaks, playing Pickleball and telling good jokes.