A new hands-on space for learning at the Museum of Natural History puts a fresh spin on connecting young visitors and their families to the museum’s world-class collections, research, and spirit of discovery.
The artist names have been revealed and the “Lozziwurm” play structure outside the Museum of Art is open. To keep tabs on the 2013 Carnegie International as it continues to unfold, check out the blog!
Flight of the Butterflies
The perfect springtime tale, this new film focuses on the remarkable monarch butterfly migration, the most incredible migration on Earth! You'll learn about a determined scientist who spent 40 years trying to discover exactly where the butterflies mysteriously disappeared when they flew south for winter. Check show times.
Only at Carnegie Science CenterWhat would it be like to be an astronaut? Here's your chance to find out! Experience weightlessness, complete tasks similar to those used in real-life astronaut training, and explore sections of a two-story, walk-in replica of the International Space Station. Check it out!
On view at Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Ever wondered how bugs work? And how they're important to our lives? At the Museum of Natural History, get up close and personal with some live six-legged friends, learn about their amazing structures, and discover how our scientists study these fascinating creatures.
Roam our World
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
In the museum's blockbuster exhibit, see dinosaurs like they haven't been seen in 66 million years!
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