Oklahoma City's National Memorial & Museum has several new exhibits, including an impressive glass overlook.
Nearly $8 million in enhancements are underway to the Memorial and Museum in downtown. There are new artifacts inside, including a key piece of evidence in the investigation, the car Timothy McVeigh was driving when he was pulled over and arrested.
Other exhibits include hundreds of oral testimonies and news footage from the day of the bombing.
There is also a new glass balcony that extends about four feet from the museum building. The idea is to be able to stand inside and look out that glass window to see the memorial from a new perspective all ahead of the 20th anniversary of the bombing.
Because of some last minute work on the new exhibits, the museum will be closed on Monday, but will reopen Tuesday morning.