A dedicated gallery now highlights works of iconic photographer Charles “Teenie” Harris. A photojournalist for The Pittsburgh Courier, one of the nation’s most influential black newspapers, Harris created an unparalleled chronicle of African American history and culture during the mid-20th century.
There’s always something new to discover in this popular display that marks its centennial this year. Half of the fun is spying some of the spectacular teeny-tiny details of its hundreds of animations and replicas that bring the rich history of western Pennsylvania to life.
Though our facilities are temporarily closed, we have a treasure trove of creative resources you can access anytime, from anywhere. Join in on the fun and learning and Carnegie Museums from Home.
Through May 25
Carnegie Museum botanists are using a centuries-old plant collection to provide novel insights into the globe’s most pressing environmental issues.
Rural communities in western Pennsylvania are suffering the effects of increasingly extreme weather and other consequences of a warming world. Carnegie Museum of Natural History hopes to help connect those seeking solutions.
Pittsburgh and the work of its preeminent photojournalist go prime time in the Scaife Galleries.
Look closely and there’s always something new to discover at Carnegie Science Center’s Miniature Railroad & Village®. Half of the fun is spying some of the spectacular teeny-tiny details that bring the rich history of western Pennsylvania to life.
Things to Do
Super Science Saturdays
Get up-close with dinosaurs, discover secrets of DNA, and learn what it’s like to be a scientist in the field.
The Rangos Giant Cinema
Meet your new favorite theater, showing educational films and Hollywood blockbusters on the biggest screen in Pittsburgh.
Live Music at The Warhol
Artists and bands from around the world who blur genres of contemporary independent music.
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