Featuring more than 300 objects, the reinstallation of Carnegie Museum of Art’s decorative arts and design galleries include functional design ranging from the evocative and extraordinary to the practical and everyday.
Walk among the dinosaurs at Carnegie Museum of Natural History, home to a world-famous collection of real Jurassic giants and a pair of Tyrannosaurus rex squaring off over dinner and displayed in scientifically accurate reconstructions of their ancient habitats.
Through Sept. 20
In a large reinstallation, the museum’s near-entire holdings of artworks and ephemera related to Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960–1988), the groundbreaking young painter who became a close friend and collaborator to Andy Warhol in the 1980s, are on view for the first time.
Through Sept. 29
Enjoy free general admission and unique family fun at all four Carnegie Museums—on Sept. 12 at Carnegie Science Center, Sept. 19 at Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History, and Sept. 29 at The Warhol. We encourage you to reserve your free timed tickets online. RADical Days are offered throughout the community to thank Allegheny County residents who pay 1% county sales tax, which through the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD) benefits regional assets, including Carnegie Museums.
Four researchers at Carnegie Museum of Natural History recount what ignited their fervor for the natural world.
Carnegie Museum of Art continues to connect art and wellness, a salve for challenging times.
The next-level Buhl Planetarium is more immersive, more realistic, and more awe-inspiring.
Freshwater rivers and lakes are home to nearly half of all fish species on Earth—including some 600-pound giants.
Things to Do
Super Science Saturday
Get up-close with dinosaurs, discover secrets of DNA, and learn what it’s like to be a scientist in the field.
Carnegie Museums from Home
Join in on the fun, the learning, the beauty, and #MuseumFromHome. There’s always something new!
Miniature Railroad & Village®
This beloved display features hundreds of wonderfully realistic scenes that bring the rich history of western Pennsylvania to life.
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