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Carnegie Museum of Natural History is the place for kids to discover science and the wonders of the natural world. Dig for bones in Bonehunters Quarry, get hands-on with real and replica specimens in Discovery Basecamp, grind corn in a Hopi home...more
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The Hall of the Dinosaurs is a dream trip for all children who are facinated by the size and splendor of a T-rex and want to sit inside a footprint of an ancient giant. The Gem and Crystal collection is gorgeous, and all kids delight...More
The vast collections in all the Halls (Minerals,Gems, Fossils,Ornithology, Mammals, Anthropology, Architecture, Statuary) deserve repeat visits. Wear comfy shoes. Don't expect to be able to do all the sections in one visit. Know that even "permanent" exhibits will have treasured materials from the extensive archives...More
I personally like visiting natural history museums for my work involving in the theory of evolution. Each time when I visited this kind of museum, I would connect those fossil I see with my scientist instinct, which is always kind of fun. This museum is...More
My son loves all things Dinosaur and Andrew Carnegie’s museum did not disappoint. Very cool display of an amazing collection! Parking is located right on premises. It was inexpensive to park and visit. 👍🏻👍🏻
The giant dinosaur skeletons are pretty much as I remember the from 60 years ago when I visited as a child. The same goes for the Eskimo, now Inuit igloo and dioramas. Still fun and interesting, but somehow it seems that the museum could have...More
The Carnegie Museum (pronounced car NEGG ee, btw) is a wonderful museum with incredible, varied exhibits. The dinosaurs are particularly amazing...the Carnegie was instrumental in discovering prehistoric fossils in the early 20th century and the collection is unparalleled. I grew up in Pittsburgh and loved...More
We live in the Burgh so we do go fairly often but I admit it has been quite a few months since our last visit. This summer we did a DoDo event there which got us “back stage “ so to speak and showed us...More
There is a kids area. The problem will be the adults wanting to roam around while the kids play in the kids area (which is on the small side for such a large museum). I would think really curious kids would enjoy seeing the... More
There is a kids area. The problem will be the adults wanting to roam around while the kids play in the kids area (which is on the small side for such a large museum). I would think really curious kids would enjoy seeing the dinos and stuffed critters as well.