Our Museums

Permanent Exhibits

Here’s what keeps us Permanently Interesting.

Where else can you see dinosaurs AND the art of Andy Warhol? Toss in a World War II submarine, original Monets and Degas, life-size casts of some of the world’s great architecture, one of the top-five gem & mineral exhibits anywhere, and the biggest sports & science exhibition hall in the world, and what have you got? The vast permanent exhibits of the four Carnegie Museums.


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altSince its 2003 renovation, the Museum of Art’s Scaife Galleries now boast 70% more great art—paintings, decorative objects, works on paper—from the museum’s rich collections. And not far away, you can visit some of the world’s great architectural wonders in the Hall of Architecture, one of only three such halls in the world, and the Heinz Architectural Center, where modern-day architecture is always on display.

Learn more about what’s always at Carnegie Museum of Art.


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altYou know we have dinosaurs, now back in their full glory! But did you know Carnegie Museum of Natural has nature dioramas where you can see the real stuff—North American and African wildlife—in spectacular, natural scenes? The museum’s newly expanded Hillman Hall of Minerals & Gems has one of the world’s best collections of the Earth’s natural treasures. And if you love mummies as much as we do, you’ll find more than one in the Walton Hall of Ancient Egypt.

Find out what else is always at Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

 

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altThere’s always so much to explore at Carnegie Science Center, where science is happening—literally—all around you. Tour a WWII submarine, then search far off galaxies in the new-and-improved Buhl Digital Dome. Become breathless at a fantastic IMAX® film, view the tiny cities of a Minitature Railroad, check out what’s cooking in Kitchen Theater, and let the kids get up close and personal with hands-on exhibits all over the building.

Check out what’s always at Carnegie Science Center.

 


 

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altThe Andy Warhol Museum is the largest single-artist museum in the country, where visitors get to view the bold, quarky, and sometimes humorous work of Pittsburgh-native Andy Warhol. The museum’s gallery spaces are always changing and re-inventing themselves, like Andy Warhol himself. And we think Andy would be thrilled that the entrance gallery of his museum is the scene of regular happy-hour gatherings every Friday night. He’d also love the Silver Clouds gallery, where Andy shows us that everything—even metallic balloons, floating in air—can be a work of art.

Learn more about what’s always at The Warhol.