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Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

Western Pennsylvania's premiere cultural institution was established by Andrew Carnegie in 1895. It consists of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Science Center, Carnegie Music Hall, and the Andy Warhol Museum. Carnegie Magazine features articles on art, music, science and literature and is available by subscription and as a member's benefit.

Celebrate the Carnegie Centennial!
Membership Information for Carnegie Museums
Summer 1996 Programs at the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

[May/June Cover: Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit enjoying food and music in Mr. McGregor's forbidden garden.]

Carnegie Magazine On-Line

Dedicated to Art, Science, Music, and Literature

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Carnegie Museum of Art

Opened in 1895, Carnegie Museum of Art offers a distinguished collection of American and European art, and the Heinz Architectural Center.

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Carnegie Museum
of Natural History

Founded in 1895, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History is home to one of the earliest Dinosaur collections, renowned for its Dinosaur Hall.

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Science Center

Western Pennsylvania's only facility committed to educating the public about science and technology through hands-on exhibitry and programs

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The Andy Warhol Museum

Opened in 1994, the most comprehensive single-artist museum in the world in the depth and range of its collections

Carnegie Library and Museums

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