One of Pittsburgh’s most popular museums for good reason, the Carnegie Science Center hosts dozens of inspiring exhibits and is home to the Rangos Giant Cinema and Buhl Planetarium. Situated in the shadow of Heinze Field, the home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Carnegie Science Center also features beautiful views of downtown Pittsburgh, the rivers and the iconic yellow bridges.
All summer long, Da Vinci: The Exhibition explores the innovations of Leonardo da Vinci through more than 60 life-size inventions and 20 recreations of his famous paintings and anatomy sketches. Kid-friendly activity tables encourage creative play and inspire visitors to make their own work of art, build a wooden tower, craft a flying machine, and so much more.
Are there any special free opportunities this summer?As always, members of the military and veterans get half-price general admission for themselves (and active duty military get half-price for up to three others). Preschool–12th grade teachers from many states also receive free general admission.