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Where else can you see dinosaurs AND the art of Andy Warhol? Toss in a World War II submarine, original Monets and Degas, life-size casts of some of the world’s great architecture, and two of the largest displays of robots and the science of sports on the planet. And that’s just what makes us permanently interesting. Our museums also create and host dozens of special exhibitions each year.
Carnegie Museum of Art
Canvasing the world’s art right here in Pittsburgh.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Dinosaurs. Lions, tigers, and bears. And Egyptian mummies, too.
Carnegie Science Center
Where science and technology connect with everyday life.
The Andy Warhol Museum
Where the world comes to see and learn about Andy.
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From curious preschoolers to art-loving great-grandparents and every age and interest in between, Carnegie Museums is the destination for lifelong learning.
Some 22 million scientific specimens and 40,000 art objects are the inspiration for our research, exhibits, and educational programs.