|Mosaic mural and|
fountains at one end of the canal.
The canal is lined with benches, murals, sculpture, restaurants, coffee shops, and snacky places (like an ice cream shop that makes custom flavors while you watch). Beautiful landscaping decorates the walkways, tunnels, and bridges.
|Mural along the canal showing the|
canal tour boat departing.
Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum (Outdoors)
The not-to-be-missed memorial commemorating those who died during the 1995 bombing. Park across the street or along the curb (if you can find an available meter).
|Tributes to loved ones on the fencing.|
|The reflecting pool at 9:02.|
|The reflecting pool is a few inches|
deep with imperceptible drain and
recycling niches along the sides.
|The chairs along the right side|
of the reflecting pool.
|The Survivors Tree.|
|Looking left from the|
|Looking right from the|
You can stay longer if you visit the indoor museum (not open 24 hours and there's an entry fee) which has three floors and in depth displays of all bombing-related events.
|Tiles made by Elementary school|
children in Texas. Nicole was
6 years old at the time.