Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Description

Famous for its Dinosaurs in Their Time exhibit, the museum has 19 skeletons on display, including an Apatosaurus, a Diplodocus, and a Tyrannosaurus rex. But life doesn’t stop at the Mesozoic Era. From the Paleozoic to the present, from the North Pole to the South, this museum has life on Earth covered. Note: it’s in the same complex as the Carnegie Museum of Art.

Address

4400 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213

Lat/Long

40.44379800, -79.95038300

Open Hours

Mon., Wed., and Fri.--Sat. 10--5, Thurs. 10--8, Sun. noon--5; Memorial Day--Labor Day, also open Tues. 10--5 .
Visit Website
(412) 622-3131

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