A Free Membership Just for Teens
Tour, explore, and more!
Teen Memberships are a free pass to exploration and discovery and are available to all teens 13–18 years of age. From youth artmaking to teen science challenges, the four Carnegie Museums provide so many creative ways for teens to connect with each other and their world—and, most importantly, to find their own voice.
Teen members enjoy*:
+ FREE general admission to Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum
+ Invitations to events and programming designed just for teen members
+ FREE reciprocal admission at 300+ ASTC museums and science centers
+ Discounts on classes, camps, educational films at the Rangos Giant Cinema, laser shows, lectures, and special events
+ A 10% discount in museum stores and cafes (20% store discount during Member Shopping Days)
*Teen membership benefits are valid for one named teen per membership. Teen membership benefits do not extend to parents, guardians, caregivers, household members, or additional guests.
Or, complete the Teen Membership Application and return it to any of the four Carnegie Museums
or mail to:
Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Teen Membership is generously supported by the Robert and Mary Weisbrod Foundation.
Teen Memberships are not valid for school field trips, group sales, or group visits.
Other restrictions may apply.
*To qualify for the Teen Membership Program, applicants must be between 13-18 years of age and a resident of the state of Pennsylvania. For teens under 18 years old, parents or legal guardians must give consent. Teen membership benefits are valid for one named teen per membership. Teen membership benefits do not extend to parents, guardians, caregivers, household members, or additional guests. Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh reserves the right to cancel any Teen Membership, Family Access Membership or Organizational Access Membership should an applicant submit incomplete or false information.
Upcoming Teen Events
Teen Night: Climate Action and Sustainability
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Thursday, August 18, 4–8 p.m.
Free for all teens age 13–18!
Join us at Carnegie Museum of Natural History for a teen-only night centered on climate action and sustainability. Learn about the work the museum does to bring a more sustainable future to Pittsburgh through exciting activities like collage making, creating games, and climate change videos and conversations with Taiji Nelson, the Climate and Rural Systems Partnership Program Manager —plus light refreshments!
Join other teens and be part of making change while learning why your impact matters!
Teen Silent Disco
Carnegie Science Center
Friday, August 26, 6–10 p.m.
Get your groove on at the Science Center’s teen–only Silent Disco in scenic PointView Hall! Throughout the night, enjoy dancing, activities in the main lobby, refreshments, and admission to GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World – plus live music within the exhibit! This is a free event open to all teens ages 13–18. Reserve your spot today to dance the night away while experiencing what being a teen member is all about. We can’t wait to see you there!
Sensory Friendly Morning Workshop for Teens and Young Adults
The Andy Warhol Museum
Saturday, August 20, 9–10:30 a.m.
FREE for teens and young adults age 13-24!
The Andy Warhol Museum’s Sensory Friendly Morning Workshops are developed specifically so that teens and young adults with sensory sensitivity needs can experience the museum in a way that works for them. Explore the galleries as a group before applying Warhol’s techniques to your own work in The Warhol’s basement studio. Workshops begin before the museum is open to the general public, and attendance is limited to 20 people.
Youth Art Initiative
Carnegie Museum of Art
Free for teens ages 14-19! Includes museum admission.
Youth Art Initiative (YAI) is a museum advisory group focused on the engagement, advancement, and support of local Pittsburgh-area teens. Members collaborate with museum staff to plan their own Carnegie Museum of Art programs and events, and can also meet with and learn from a wide range of museum professionals and working artists.