There’s always something new, something old, something borrowed—well, you get the picture—at our four museums. Check out the latest.
Have a dinner party near the Parthenon. Or how about a cocktail reception with Andy Warhol? And there’s nothing like a kids’ birthday party on a submarine. The one-of-a-kind event experiences you can create at the four Carnegie Museums are almost endless… and always unforgettable.
We’ll make it simple: the hours, admission prices, and all other visitor need-to-know information for the four Carnegie Museums, all in one place.
From rock groups to Campbell’s soup, from T. rex to submarine decks—the four Carnegie Museums are home to hundreds of thousands of objects, including some of the world’s great art and the remains of the Earth’s largest prehistoric creatures. They’re home, too, to thousands of exhibition spaces that make us wonder—about our world, the Universe, the past, and the future. Most importantly, they’re the participants and the hosts of daily exploration—onsite, out in the community, and around the world. They are Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum.
From the contemporary to the traditional, from the breathtakingly beautiful to the unsettlingly edgy, Carnegie Museums has it all at its two world-class art museums. Known for its contemporary art collection, Carnegie Museum of Art also boasts a rich permanent collection of traditional art from Europe and the United States—and there’s always a new exhibition launching.
And over on Pittsburgh’s North Shore, in the cool environment of the The Andy Warhol Museum, visitors are always treated to the best collection of original Warhols anywhere in the world. And when you visit The Warhol, expect also to explore contemporary issues through changing programs and exhibitions that run the gamut from wickedly clever to stunningly thoughtful.
How does fire start? Where did all the dinosaurs go? And what good are bugs, anyway? For grown ups who think they know all the answers, there’s always something that surprises and amazes us at Carnegie Museums’ two science wonderlands. For kids, it’s all about the “wow” factor.
And at Carnegie Museum of Natural History, there’s plenty to wow about: fantastic collections of dinosaur fossils, gems and minerals, and artifacts from ancient worlds. At Carnegie Science Center, it’s all about hands-on exhibits, live demonstrations, and spectacular movies that teach us a lot about how we work and how the world around us operates.