Carnegie Science Center
Carnegie Science Center opened in 1991 and helped to fulfill the dream Andrew Carnegie had in the 1800’s, to share the world of art and science with the everyday man. The Carnegie Science Center today offers four floors of interactive exhibits that are geared for all ages—from the smallest scientists to adults!
Things to See & Do
A real Cold War-era submarine, USS Requin.
Kinetic energy as a human yo-yo atHighmark SportsWorks®.
roboworld™, the world's largest permanent robotics exhibit.
Hundreds of historic local landmarks at the Miniature Railroad & Village®.
Rangos Omnimax Theater, the BIGGEST screen in Pittsburgh.
Exploration Station, Jr., for preschool scientists.
SpacePlace, featuring a two-story, walk-in replica of the International Space Station.
Magnetic forces, lasers, and sound at Exploration Station.
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