After-hours fun with a pop-culture theme and a whole new Museum of Natural History experience for ages 21 and over.
Late-night art, music, and one-of-a-kind programming created with community partners especially for an 18 and older crowd.
Explore Carnegie Science Center when it’s kids-free!
The Warhol galleries stay open late, with a DJ, cash bar, and half-priced admission.
The Warhol Sound Series delivers live musical performances that challenge conventional perceptions of art and provide audiences with diverse performance experiences.
Learn about the latest technology breakthroughs, minus the jargon, with an after-hours crowd at the Science Center.
April Event Series
Join us for a month of thought-provoking programming that explores the impact migration has on our world. One-of-a-kind live performances, films, and conversations – with RadioLab’s Jad Abumrad, Pulitzer Prize-winner Viet Thanh Nguyen, and world-music sensation Fatoumata Diawara.
More Things to Do
From curious preschoolers to art-loving great-grandparents and every age and interest in between, Carnegie Museums is the destination for lifelong learning.
Dinosaurs and the art of Andy Warhol. A World War II sub, original Monets, and the largest exhibition dedicated to robots.
Some 22 million scientific specimens and 40,000 art objects are the inspiration for our research, exhibits, and educational programs.
Pack your bags and explore the world with Carnegie Museums experts.