The Museum is just East of Martin Luther King Avenue on N.E. 36th street, South of Remington Park, Omniplex, and the Oklahoma City Zoo.
Admission is Free!
Admission to the 45th Infantry Division Museum is free! Donations are accepted and appreciated.
The 45th Infantry Division Museum is designed to be self-guided. With 27,000 square feet of exhibit space and our 15 acre park, there is much to see at the museum so be sure to schedule plenty of time for your visit.
If you’re planning to visit the museum with a group of ten people or more, we request that you contact us to make reservations at least one week in advance.
For children’s groups, the 45th Infantry Division Museum requires the following ratios:
Children under 12 must be accompanied by one adult for every 4 children.
Children 13 to 17 must be accompanied by one adult for every 6 children.
These policies are strictly enforced, and we thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Museum Mission Statement
To collect, preserve, and display Militaria relative to the military history of the State of Oklahoma.
To provide to the Oklahoma National Guard and visitors to the Museum an educational tool designed to enhance appreciation of our State and its citizen soldiers and their participation in our Nation’s lineage.
To exhibit the icons of our State’s military past in such a manner that the visitor is left with a visual impact commensurate to the scope of Oklahoma’s contribution to America’s history, and our National Defense.
The 45th Infantry Division Museum is funded by the State of Oklahoma through the Oklahoma Military Department and the 45th Infantry Division Association. These funds are very limited; therefore, the museum also depends on the generosity of its patrons to assist in funding through donations and gift shop purchases. The museum is absolutely free to the public, but donations and gift shop purchases generate an important source of income for the museum. Your generous contributions are greatly appreciated.