Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Come visit the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh’s best way to learn about the science of the world. Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1895, the museum has everything and more from all over the world, including artifacts from Egypt, beautiful minerals, exotic wildlife taxidermy, and dinosaurs(only their bones, of course). The Dinosaurs in Their Time hall, which was kickstarted by Carnegie himself in his pursuit of palaeontology, is home to dozens of dinosaurs from the Mesozoic Era. However, if dinosaurs aren’t enough to win you over, this museum is housed to so much more. Whether you are a fan of birds, wildlife in the arctic, gems, botany, or the culture of Native Americans, then the Carnegie Museum of Natural History has you covered.

The museum also offers limited time events where you and the whole family can have an amazing time, whether that be interacting with animals or even building your own museum. So be sure to plan your trip and have a blast learning about this world.

Contact Information

Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Reservations and Information:
(412)622-3131

Address:
4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213, United States

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Other Information

  • Hours Open

    Closed on Tuesdays Friday-Monday: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Prices and Fees

    Child Under 2 Free / Child 3-18 $11.95 / Adult $19.95 / Senior $14.95 / Student with ID $11.95 / Members pay free
  • Accessibility

    Wheelchair availability and accessibility Strollers are welcomed and can be provided Service animals are accepted Lockers are available to lock up coats and other items