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  2. Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Powdermill Nature Reserve, the environmental research center of Carnegie Museum of Natural History, has been dedicated to its mission of research, education, and conservation for more than 50 years. It is a place for scientists, for students, and for families who are interested in the natural world.

  3. Exhibitions - Carnegie Museum of Natural History

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    Discover the craft and artistry behind Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s famous nature dioramas. Art of the Diorama is an exhibition designed to look like a turn of the century museum with mahogany furniture, a chandelier, and seven classic dioramas that were created in the 1920s and 1930s.

  4. Buy Tickets to Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History. To help us prepare for your visit, we are asking that all visitors and members have a confirmed timed ticket to enter the museum. The time and date that you select for your ticket is your entry period. Please arrive at the museum at your selected time.

  5. Carnegie Museum of Natural History is located in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The museum is within walking distance of Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh, UPMC, and Magee Women’s Hospital. The museum has a multi-level parking garage with accessible parking spaces and bike racks.

  6. Carnegie Science Center’s newest exhibition will help visitors envision life on Mars and understand how the journey there will go through western Pennsylvania. 125 Years: A History in Objects A celebration of 125 years of Carnegie Museums through stories of 125 museum objects.

  7. Carnegie Museum of Natural History - Wikipedia

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    The Carnegie Museum of Natural History (abbreviated as CMNH) is a natural history museum in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was founded by Pittsburgh-based industrialist Andrew Carnegie in 1896. Housing some 22 million specimens, the museum features one of the finest paleontological collections in the world.

  8. Events - Carnegie Museum of Natural History

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    Programs at the Museum; Programs Online; Bring the Museum to You; Research. Scientific Sections; Science Blogs; Science Videos; Senior Science & Research Staff; Museum Library; Science Seminars; Scientific Publications; Specimen and Artifact Identification; About. Mission & Commitments; Directors Team; Museum History; Buy Tickets; Shopping Cart

  9. Apsaalooke Women and Warriors exhibit opens at Carnegie ...

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    “I think there is a lot more fluidity about roles and what gender means,” said Gretchen Baker, the Daniel G. and Carole L. Kamin Director of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

  10. Our History - Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh

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    The history of Carnegie Museums is bookended by two periods of fantastic growth and diversification. It all started in November of 1895 with the founding of Carnegie Institute, known today as Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh. Andrew Carnegie called the original Oakland building—which included Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh—his “monument,” and he considered it the chief satisfaction of his life.

  11. Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is comprised of four distinctive museums: Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum. Volunteer or intern with us to expand your horizons, meet interesting people, surround yourself with some of civilization’s greatest achievements, and explore the amazing history of our natural world and its inhabitants.