Friday, March 11, 2011

Free Admission Every Thursday nights in March at the Pittsburgh Carnegie Museum


Visit Carnegie Museum of Natural History



Free Thursday nights in March

Throughout March, visit Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History free of charge from 3:30 to 8 p.m. every Thursday evening, thanks to the generosity of the Buncher Family Foundation. Parking is $5 per car after 5 p.m.

There's no place on Earth like Carnegie Museum of Natural History!
At Carnegie Museum of Natural History, dinosaurs are just the beginning. Discover prehistoric sea creatures like Dolichorhynchops, which inhabited oceans during the Cretaceous period. In Hillman Hall of Minerals and Gems see the spectacular beauty of our gem and mineral collections and discover how they tell the life story of our planet. Visit Walton Hall of Ancient Egypt and explore the mysteries and vibrant everyday life of a society that continues to intrigue both expert and armchair archaeologists alike. Explore the Hall of North American Wildlife, which features some of the continent's most amazing animals in natural habitat dioramas depicting the major ecosystems. And, take part in hands-on activities that make scientific discovery come alive. Click here for a complete list of temporary exhibitions and permanent exhibition halls. Bring the family and see for yourself: there’s no place on earth like Carnegie Museum of Natural History!

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