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Carnegie Museum of Natural History
4400 Forbes Avenue
412-622-3131 -- TTY: 412 622 3167
Statement of Purpose:
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History documents the diversity of the world
by collecting, preserving, interpreting and exhibiting objects from the natural
world and human cultural heritage.
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History is world-famous for its Dinosaur Hall.
We have a rich and diverse collection of permanent and temporary exhibits.
There's lots to see and touch and do--for all ages! New life-sized dinosaur
sculpture, "Dippy", welcomes visitors on Forbes Avenue in front of the museum.
Spend the whole day or a few hours.
Visit our gift store and the Fossil Fuel cafe. Housed in the same building
as the world-class Carnegie Museum of Art.
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History has many major collections. Please
visit our museum or browse the "research" section of our website.
Alcoa Foundation Hall of American Indians
Benedum Hall of Geology
Fossil Mammal Hall (Cenozoic Hall)
Hall of African Wildlife
Hall of North American Wildlife
Hillman Hall of Minerals and Gems
Polar World: Wyckoff Hall of Arctic Life
Walton Hall of Ancient Egypt
What's New on the Earth
Wild Blue Planet
- Bonehunter's Quarry, Earth Theater
From downtown Pittsburgh, take 376 east.
Exit #5 to the Oakland neighborhood.
Follow signs to head east on Forbes Avenue.
Look for "Dippy", our giant dinosaur right out front.
Please visit our website for parking information and
Tues.-Sat., 10 am-5 pm
Sun. 1 pm-5 pm
Closed Mondays, exccept for the following:
- President's Day, December 26, and Mondays from July 5
through (but not including) Labor Day.
Free to Members
$6 General; $5 Senior Citizens; $4 children over 3
and full-time students
Bill DeWalt, Director
Sylvia Keller, Assistant Director
John Wible, Dean of Science
- Pul Trunzo, Chief of Financial Operations
- Matt Phillips, Publications Editor
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