When school is out, the four Carnegie Museums are in! Give your kids the gift of a full- or half-day science camp, an afternoon art class, or an overnighter with the dinosaurs.
Come get inspired—maybe even get your hands dirty—and hang out with other grownups who aren’t content to just observe creativity.
Your mission is our mission. So let’s work together to put some spark in your science classes (literally) and a cool edge to your high school art and history lessons. And don’t forget: We have great programs for teachers, too.
From gallery play dates for preschoolers to art classes that appeal to great-grandparents, we are the destination for lifetime learners.
Our Museum of Art is the place for art in Pittsburgh. The Andy Warhol Museum is the place to experience the work and pop sensibilities of one the modern era’s most prolific and popular artists. So why not learn from the masters themselves: Picasso, Matisse, Tiffany, and Warhol, of course. Both the Museum of Art and The Warhol offer a variety of classes and workshops for children, teens, adults, and educators.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History is the place to dig for dinosaurs—and so much more! The museum has CSI sleepovers, careers in science workshops, and Science Speaks lectures for adults.
At Carnegie Science Center, you can be an astronaut-in-training, learn how to launch a torpedo, or star gaze at a science-themed sleepover.