In brief, what’s new around the museums.
Tag: Carnegie museums
Pollinators welcome Most visitors to the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, will never see the eight new honeybee colonies on the park’s grounds, but the work of their resident pollinators will help ensure that healthy wildflowers will grow there for years to come. Installed this past May, the colonies are the product of … Continued
Meet Andy CarnegieBot, your guide to summer adventure June 9 marks the start of the 2018 Summer Adventure at all four Carnegie Museums. As members visit the museums, attend specially planned events (think fashion and ice cream!), and take part in museum scavenger hunts and digital trivia, you’ll earn stamps to boost your chances to … Continued
COMING SOON: Andy CarnegieBot, a friendly interactive chatbot that will be your personal guide for the Summer Adventure. Starting June 1, you can start your conversation with the digital Andy through your Facebook Messenger app. Each time you visit, check in with Andy by scanning a code with your phone, and he’ll keep track of the … Continued
High-flying changes on the North Shore They’ve stood atop Carnegie Science Center’s iconic building since the year 2000: 12-foot-high letters that clearly demarcate the popular North Shore attraction. Their removal was part of the construction necessary to make way for the Science Center’s new, four-story Science Pavilion to be built off the east side of … Continued
Reciprocity with Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC) Carnegie Museums members enjoy free admission to more than 300 science centers as part of the ASTC Passport Program. Reciprocal museums must be at least 90 miles outside of Pittsburgh AND your home address. (Note: The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is not reciprocal for Carnegie Museums … Continued