- Veterans and service members receive FREE gallery admission with ID
- Walk-in tours of the Warriors section of OKLA HOMMA at 1 PM on Thursday and Friday; 1 and 3 PM on Saturday and Sunday
- Veterans and service members receive 20 percent off their meal at Thirty Nine Restaurant and Arbor Cafe
- A livestream of the Making History Project in Xchange Theater
- Screenings of documentaries related to service in FAM Five Moons Theater
"Making History" Project
Enrolled citizens of tribes in Oklahoma who are veterans or service members (and/or their families) may bring documentation of military service, awards, and photographs to be professionally scanned by archivists. Those who consent will have their digitized materials added to the museum’s archive and presented in-gallery through a visitor interactive. A limited number of free portrait photograph sessions are available to veterans and servicemembers, if present. Make an appointment to ensure your spot.
The public is welcome to witness this event via livestream in the Xchange Theater.
Want to participate?
- Open to veterans/servicemembers who are enrolled in a tribe in Oklahoma or their families
- Appointments are preferred, limited walk-ins available between 11-5 PM
- Be prepared with service-related documents and photographs to scan
- Veterans and servicemembers may sit for a complimentary portrait on a first-come, first-served basis (military uniform or regalia is welcome, but not required)
- Participants will leave with their original materials and a flash drive of scanned items
- During this time, veterans and servicemembers with ID will enjoy free exhibition admission (an appointment is not required to visit the galleries)