Member Events

There’s always something new just for our members. Be the first to preview new exhibitions. Go behind the scenes with our curators and scientists. Connect with us and each other!

November 9-16 is Member Appreciation Week

November 9-16 is Member Appreciation Week

All four museums

A hospitality suite, exclusive museum hours, members-only perks, and previews are just a few ways to express our appreciation. See a list of events below.

Special Offer for Members: Holiday Shopping Days
Nov. 9—Dec. 1, all four museum stores
Have you made your holiday shopping list yet? Find something for everyone this season at Carnegie Museums’ stores. Members enjoy a special 20% off during holiday shopping days.

Member Hours: A Delight for the Senses: The Still Life 
Nov. 9, 10 a.m.–noon, Carnegie Museum of Art
A Delight for the Senses: The Still Life is a celebration of this humble genre, exploring nearly 250 years of the tradition from the Dutch Golden Age to America’s Gilded Age. Sign up now!

Carnegie Museums’ 124th Birthday Party
Nov. 9, 12–4 p.m., Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History
Celebrate 124 years of Carnegie Museums! Enjoy refreshments in our members-only hospitality suite, unleash your creativity with hands-on activities, and snag a birthday cupcake while supplies last. Sign up now!

Andy Warhol: Revelation Tour
Nov. 9, 2–3 p.m., The Andy Warhol Museum
Andy Warhol: Revelation is the first exhibition to comprehensively examine the Pop artist’s complex Catholic faith in relation to his artistic production. We’re sorry: this tour is full.

Lecture with Curator of the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum
Nov. 9, 4–5 p.m., Carnegie Museum of Art Theater
Travel back in time with Kirke Kook, curator of the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum, to Carnegie’s early years to discover the place and the people that began shaping the young industrialist’s future. Register for this event today.

A Delight for the Senses Tour & Carry on the Conversation
Nov. 10, 2–4 p.m., Carnegie Museum of Art
Join us for a member-exclusive tour and informal chat with the docent about what you saw. Beverages will be available. Ask questions, share thoughts, and carry on the conversation. Sign up now!

Members-Only Spinosaurus Encounter
Nov. 11, 11 a.m., Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Enjoy a free Spinosaurus encounter in Earth Theater, featuring our 8-foot interactive dinosaur puppet. Register today for the Spinosaurus Encounter.

Mummies of The World Cookie at Riverside Café
Nov. 13, Time TBD, Carnegie Science Center
Celebrate Mummies of the World: The Exhibition and have a free cookie on us! While supplies last.

Member Half-Pint Prints
Nov. 14, 10 & 11 a.m., The Andy Warhol Museum
Bring your youngest artists to The Factory, The Warhol’s underground open studio, and let them find their inner Andy Warhol with Member Half-Pint Prints. Families will work with The Warhol’s artist educators to create silkscreen prints during this drop-in workshop for children ages 1 to 4 years old. There are two time slots available: register for the 10 a.m. session or for the 11 a.m. session.

Good Fridays at The Warhol
Nov. 15, 5–10 p.m., The Andy Warhol Museum
Enjoy a more social experience with a cash bar during The Warhol’s extended Good Fridays hours. For Member Appreciation Week, have a free drink on us!

Member Preview: National Geographic: 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs
Nov. 16, 10 a.m.–noon, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Exemplifying the publication’s unmatched legacy of artistic, scientific, and technical achievement, the 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs provide the perfect supplement for visitors exploring the museum’s acclaimed wildlife halls and engaging with its internationally renowned collections. Sign up now!

Behind Closed Doors: Minerals and Earth Sciences
Nov. 16, 10 a.m.–noon, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Experience Behind Closed Doors: Minerals and Earth Sciences, where you’ll get to discover hidden stories behind the dazzling specimens and explore how minerals shape the face of the Earth, as well as influence culture and history. Sign up now!