Member Events - Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Member Events

Joining the Carnegie Museums member community gives you special access to members-only events, tours, previews, and discounts. Thank you for being a member! And, if you’re not a member, please consider joining today!

Questions about any of the events listed? Contact our membership team or Corporate Membership team.

Senior citizens at the museum

Morning Musings: Senior Social

Thursday, April 6
12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Open to everyone age 65+.

Carnegie Museum of Natural History invites you to explore nature throughout the museum with an open house featuring High Afternoon Tea themed activities. Dinosaurs! Mammals! Gems! Minerals! Botany! Birds! World Cultures! Meet with one of the museum’s Natural History Interpreters and journey through some of Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s most historic, and scientifically significant, and beloved collections. Coffee, tea, and light snacks will be available in a Senior Social lounge.

Whether you’ve already signed up for a Senior membership from Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, or just want to see what it’s all about, we hope you’ll stop by!


VIKINGS: Warriors of the North Sea Teen Night

Sat., April 8
6–9 p.m.
Carnegie Science Center
Open to Members and Nonmembers!

Join us at Carnegie Science Center for a special after-hours experience just for teens to explore VIKINGS: Warriors of the North Sea! opens in a new window Enter the unique and fascinating world of The Vikings Age (c. 8th-11th Centuries). It was a time of colonization, conquest, and plunder, but also a period when towns with trades, specialized crafts, professions, and communication networks were established.

Experience special Vikings-themed activities and enjoy some food while exploring the world of the Vikings with your friends!


Teen Membership is generously supported by The Grable Foundation

Mindful Museum

Wednesdays, Apr 12–Dec 13
9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m
Carnegie Museum of Art
Open to Members and Nonmembers!
For ages 55 and over

Mindful Museum is an extensive suite of accessible programs and activities for visitors 55 and over that expand the museum as a destination that nurtures the mind, body, and soul. Mindful Museum participants are invited to enjoy 31 weeks of Wednesday morning programming that includes art paths and meditation stops throughout the museum, drawing, art-making, chair yoga, art history classes, social gatherings, guided tours, exclusive digital content offerings, and more. Sessions are designed to support novice learners while offering experienced learners opportunities for expanding their knowledge.

On Wednesdays, Mindful Museum participants receive early entry into the museum of art at 9 a.m., discounted coffee and pastries at the Café Carnegie, and $5 parking. Participants are sent weekly emails about offerings for that week. Printed schedules are available onsite.


Youth Invasion 2023: Andy Storehol

Friday, April 21
5–10 p.m.
The Andy Warhol Museum
Free with museum admission
Open to Members and Nonmembers!

The Youth Arts Council takes on capitalism & consumerism in America with a night filled with a satirical twist on the consumer experience. Planned by teens, for teens, this event will feature music, silkscreen printing, gallery talks, consumerism-spoof-themed activities, food, and a dance party!


Teen Membership is generously supported by The Grable Foundation

Fab Lab senior workshop

Fab Lab Senior 101 Workshops (ages 65+)

Thursdays, May 4–25
12:30–2:30 p.m.
Carnegie Science Center
Members Only

At BNY Mellon Fab Lab Carnegie Science Center, digital fabrication is for everyone! Join us for the FREE Fab Lab Senior 101 workshops where you can learn the basics of 3D printing, laser cutting, vinyl cutting, and more in Pittsburgh’s favorite makerspace. Enjoy complimentary refreshments and gain a deeper understanding of digital fabrication!

Whether you’re looking to design and build a prototype from scratch or just want to try out some new technology, Fab Lab is the place to be! Meet the Fab Lab team in the Highmark SportsWorks Classroom A/B.