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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 Carnegie offers exhibits of art, science, interaction science exhibits and a fantastic model train set up. Adults and children can spend hours in this museum and not get tired of viewing. If in Pittsburgh do not miss this museum
My girlfriend and I had occasion to visit this attraction during my visit to Pittsburgh. Many displays of minerals, birds, other animals and dinosaurs. Although my favorites were the American Indian and Alaskan Peoples areas. We took our time and thoroughly enjoyed it. Well Done!
The expanse of exhibits provides the opportunity for hours of viewing, or for returning to see more. The highlight is definitely the dinosaurs. Their arrangement and size is outstanding. It also reinforces how important Pittsburgh was in the early exploration of dinosaurs through Carnegie's generosity....More
I liked that this city museum has the art and natural history combined in the same complex. Parking for 4.5 hours in their lot cost us $17. The exhibits were well-spaced apart so you don’t feel crammed like in other cities. It was interesting to...More
This museum is so huge, we only had time for the dinosaurs. The dinosaur exhibit is well done with nice dinosaur sculptures. I was lucky enough to go through with a docent for a private tour. She pulled out replica dinosaur bones to explain points....More
We loved our visit,dinosaurs are always fun to watch, bird hall and stone&gem halls are fantastic, lots of fun activities for children, would have love more elaborated Egypt section but overall very nice to visit.
We had a good time at the museum. Especially in the gem exhibit. Now I'm not crazy about rocks but this exhibit was really nice. There were so many different gems from all over the country and world and the list were they are from...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.