The Travelers Inn Midwest City has easy access to I-40, 5 miles from downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and half a mile from Tinker Air Force Base. The Reed Conference Center is 1 miles from the Travelers Inn, and shopping at the Village Shopping Center is a short 1 mile from this hotel.
Amenities at the Travelers Inn included free high speed wireless internet and free parking. All guest rooms are equipped with free wifi, microwave, minifridge, cable TV, free local calls, iron and board, and individually controlled air conditioning and heat. Unfortunately, pets are not allowed.
Free Local Calls
24-Hour Front Desk
High speed internet access
No Pets Allowed
Ramp Access to Buildings
Wheel Chair Access
1 Queen Bed Nonsmoking
These nonsmoking rooms sleep up to 2 people and feature: Queen Size Bed In Room Entertainment: Free WiFi, Cable TV with extra stations Food and Drink Options: Microwave, Mini-Fridge
The Memorial Museum is an interactive learning experience that takes you on a chronological self-guided tour through the story of April 19, 1995, and the days, weeks and years that followed the bombing of Oklahoma City’s Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The story tracks the remarkable journey of loss, resilience, justice and hope.
Visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum Symbolic grounds at night, and experience the peaceful serenity of this award-winning memorial, illuminated. Take a path of remembrance through downtown Oklahoma City towards the hallowed grounds, experiencing along the way all of the history and revival that make Oklahoma City great. Learn first-hand what we mean by the "Oklahoma Standard" as you walk the path of remembrance for this national tragedy.
A Moment in Time featuring Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
Our guide will take you on a guided, driving-tour of downtown Oklahoma City to mark the minutes leading up to the Oklahoma City bombing. Arriving at the Memorial, you will be guided through the outdoor symbolic memorial, describing in detail the meaning behind each beautifully constructed element. Then, you will receive admission to the museum, gaining exclusive, VIP access to the museum archives, typically closed to the public. A private tour of the archives, given by museum staff, will set the stage for a self-guided tour of the museum, in which you are invited to revisit and examine the tragedy that shaped Oklahoma that spring day in 1995. Brought to you in partnership with the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum, A Moment in Time traces the evolution of this national tragedy to remember those who were killed, those who survived, and those changed forever. We come here to remember.