Carnegie Museums From Home

Your museums are here for you. Though our buildings are temporarily closed, we have so many creative resources you can access anytime, anywhere.

Join in on the fun, the learning, the beauty, and #MuseumFromHome. There’s always something new!

Get lost in beautiful artworks from Carnegie Museum of Art’s collection.


Groove to intimate, stripped-down studio sessions by Sound Series artists.


Color with us! Print pages or drag and drop them into paint for digital fun.


Meet the animal ambassadors in our Living Collection.


Take it one day at a time with daily moments of inspiration from the Museum of Art.

Laugh along on TikTok with the world’s most famous mollusk curator and friends. (No TikTok account, watch on your desktop.)


What is an amphibian party? Find out (and more!) in the Ask a Scientist series.


Get a daily dose of science-y things to READ, WATCH, and DO!


Connect your kids and nature in these at-home activities from NatureLab.


Spark science with these fun hands-on experiments.

Check out imaginative resources recommended by our science educators.


Paint like Andy with short demonstrations
of Warhol’s signature techniques.


Appreciate topics from multiple viewpoints in interdisciplinary lessons inspired by Warhol’s life and artistic practice.


Hone close reading and critical thinking skills with education activities inspired by Carnegie Museum of Art’s collection.


Try fun science activities with ingredients you have at home.


Search this hub listing for all things STEM.

Explore Pittsburgh at midcentury through the Teenie Harris Archive.


Go behind the scenes at the Museum of Natural History.


Take a tour of an exhibition, gallery, or moment in time with the Museum of Art.


Discover the complex work of provenance research in the Northbrook Project.

Curl up with good reads about art, science, and natural history in Carnegie magazine and Storyboard (art-specific).


Get an earful: Explore what it means to be responsible citizens of the earth in the A is for Anthropocene podcast and go beyond the science headlines in Science News and Qs podcast.


Dig into the fascinating history of Carnegie Museum of Art through the records, objects, and ephemera in its archives.


Browse the contents of a pair of Andy Warhol’s famous Time Capsules.

Jump in on live science experiments, get creative with art prompts, savor #MuseumMomentsofZen, and find the latest boredom busters for the kids by following the four museums and membership on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. To make it easy for you, here are all of our channels in one place.