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#1 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
One of the most unique museums I've ever visited!
this is a must see for bikers, its a really cool bike museum filled with all kindsof neat stuff, you can ride your bike to it off of the bike trail a few blocks away, its a must see if you are biking on the North...
#2 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
One of America's great natural history museums, the Carnegie has wowed generations of explorers and curious minds from all over the world.
Enormous museum when combined with the art museum portion---allow sufficient time if you truly want to explore both museums fully.
#3 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
The Cathedral is in the middle of the urban campus of the University of Pittsburgh so it is an easy walk to Schenlely park, the art and natural history museums and interesting restaurants.
I suggest you combine your visit to the Cathedral of Learning with your visit to the Carnegie Museums of Natural History and Art, since they are across the street from one another on Forbes Ave. in the Oakland sec...
#4 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
We were amazed at the fantastic exhibits, which equal and often surpass those of the Smithsonian museums in Washington.
The Heinz History Center is among the best regional museums anywhere in the U.S. The exhibits are visually appealing, professionally prepared, and "user friendly" in their interpretation.
#5 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
Since the Carnegie Museums of Natural History and Art are right across Forbes Avenue from each other, I suggest a combined trip.
We had done theater, sports, laser tag, shopping, museums etc., so Oakland was the last destination.
#6 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
Perfect visit to compliment Pittsburg's Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art, which is walking distance away.
This is a fun outdoor museum of a variety of colorful stuff collected by Randy.
#7 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
This is one of my favorite museums to go to !! Always a lot of cool things going on at the museum .
We used our reciprocal science center membership to get in free as well ( which is rare for children's museums with science museum memberships)
#8 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
I have been to museums, arenas, theaters, etc.
Best time to go up is before sunset and come down after the sunsets to see the city lit up - this is great also for history buffs - small museum w self guided tour - it is close to 150 years old !
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#9 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
Get the annual membership as it allows you access to the four Carneige museums - well worth the value.
I've been to several science museums around the Midwest and Carnegie science center is my favorite by far.
#10 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
... Institute of Chicago, the Louvre in Paris, the Cairo Museum in Egypt, the British Museum in London, the National Gallery in D.C., and countless small art museums and regional history museums across the country.
... art is made even more meaningful by its thoughtful display in spacious chronologically arranged room after room, which, in contrast to many larger museums, affords time & space for appreciation & contemplation.
#11 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
The museums have special artist events also and really bring so much love to art in our time with the inspiration of one of the most influential artist of the 20th century Andy Warhol!
The Warhol Museum is one of the most amazing art Museums and it is here in Pittsburgh.
#12 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
Terrific house tour and nice Art and Car Museums
Peaceful and Lovely Grounds and Museums
#13 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
An exquisite and comprehensive historical museum of early Pittsburgh, emphasizing the forts (and there were a few of them) that were built in downtown Pittsburgh, during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Along with the well-stocked and informative museum, you can also visit the Blockhouse and walk the grounds where the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers form the start of the Ohio River.
#14 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
If visiting, you could definitely make an entire day all about the North Side with it's funky little museums, parks, arts, culture, and restaurants.
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Museum, our tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable, the museum was filled with amazing photographs and equipment and we definitely learned a lot of new things about t...
#15 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
One of my favorite museums with room-sized art installations including some amazing optical illusions on permanent display along with awesome life-sized art, some of which you can interact with!
Fantastic modern art museum in unusual setting of historic buildings in an older neighborhood.
#16 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
The auditorium is fabulous and the museum is very interesting and informative.
It is located within walking distance of many restaurants, the Univ. of Pittsburgh, and Carnegie Museum.
#17 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
BOTH museums are really worthy and I encourage you to partake!
It is truly a labor of love for owner Duane Rieder, who converted this old firehouse (which closed 12/31/72) from his photography studio into a marvelous museum honoring the life and legacy of Roberto Clemente , w...
#18 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
As you wolf down tiny donuts, you will spot this great little museum in the Strip District.
#20 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
Everything in the store and museum is his personal collection that he has amassed over the years...what a hobby that has turned into a treasure trove of musical history to be shared with everyone!
The museum is free (donations appreciated).
#22 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
Amongst all the topics museums have ever been devoted to, I always loved natural history museums most for the mix of fascinating examples of multifaceted and intricate life they collected.
The displays are finely crafted, in the style of natural history museums from the 1970's with tons of attention to detail.
#25 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh
The museum is open 10-5 361 days a year.
#28 of 38 Museums in Pittsburgh