Carnegie Science Center

Science Museum and Planetarium
North Side, Pittsburgh
  • Rachel H.
    "Make sure to check out the old submarine and the Omnimax Theater!"(9 Tips)
    Ian E.
    "weekend evening laser shows"(3 Tips)
    Terri P.
    "Love the train setup!"(2 Tips)
    agent s.
    "Best Robot Exhibit in the world!"(2 Tips)
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  • Tim F.
    Tim FMay 21
    Sports works is a lot of fun... Good way to wear down the kids! Long lines for the climbing wall and the bouncing harness
  • Kelly F.
    Kelly FergusobDecember 6, 2015
    A great time for both children and adults.
    Upvoted Apr 30
  • Terri P.
    Terri PetzelSeptember 30, 2015
    Everything is so cool here. Love the train setup!
  • Neal J.
    Neal JosephAugust 21, 2015
    Very disappointing. This should be called the Carnegie Children's Museum, as there is no attempt to engage science-curious adults.
  • Mikahla V.
    Mikahla VicinoMay 15, 2015
    Daft Punk laser show is pretty dope.
  • Jamie A.
    Jamie AtkinsonMay 3, 2015
    Loved the Omnimax and the submarine. The test of the museum is geared toward smaller children. Did not see the planetarium. A bit expensive esp once you add on the movie and planetarium.
  • lee n.
    lee nejakNovember 28, 2014
    Love the train setup
  • Sharone R.
    Sharone RioAugust 18, 2014
    Just lost car keys, at least we'll be busy for a few hours!
  • Kevin O.
    Kevin OrloskiMay 25, 2014
    The secret to beating the robot at air hockey is practice.
  • Jerry S.
    Jerry SmithMarch 19, 2014
    Almost all of the interactive science that was there for the kids, is gone. Had a very boring trip. If it wasn't for the OMNIMAX, it would have been a completely wasted day.
  • Chris B.
    Chris BeltOctober 14, 2013
    Awesome place to take the kids. Give yourself 3-4 hours to see and do everything including the Omnimax Theatre. A little outdated but still shows great films.
  • visitPA
    visitPAAugust 9, 2013
    Favorite attractions are the Buhl Digital Dome, a planetarium show which transports guests to space and inside the human body, and the Miniature Railroad that brings the history of Western PA to life.
  • Jim F.
    Jim FisherJuly 26, 2013
    A museum with a submarine AND a planetarium?!
  • MiSSJeaNiuS P.
    MiSSJeaNiuS PerezApril 17, 2013
    Admission is a bit pricey...people are nice there...lots of kids making if you dont like kids, then this is not the place for you.
  • Don (wilytongue) S.
    You have to visit the gift shop not bad.
  • Benjamin W.
    Benjamin WilliamsFebruary 8, 2013
    Over 21 night!!!
  • Cat R.
    Cat RaineySeptember 30, 2012
    Apparently I should work there, I had as much fun as my kid lol
  • Sidra S.
    Sidra SaquibSeptember 23, 2012
    Robots! miniature railroad! Not sure who had more fun, Us or the kids;)
  • Heather H.
    Heather HansonJuly 18, 2012
    For those with kids or not, this place makes learning interactive and fun. Catch a show in the OMNIMAX theater, which plays full length films, on those particularly dreary days.
  • Flexcia D.
    Flexcia DelevineJuly 18, 2012
    Guitar exhibit!
  • Flexcia D.
    Flexcia DelevineJuly 18, 2012
    Lasershows! Queen was the best! Acdc is awesome too!
  • ZombieDana D.
    Ask any of the older gentlemen about the model trains and they'll give you a great guided tour of the whole thing. Also Mr. Rodger is inside his house. Look in left window.
  • Alexa (@ladylexy) A.
    Neat place with an Omnimax (360 degree) theatre, but very similar to Cosi, so not sure it's worth a Columbus/Ohio resident's time.
  • Sheri Fresonke H.
    Awesome submarine, robots, guitars, sportsworks and more, best, they are open Monday
  • Michael A.
    Michael AlmonyMarch 12, 2012
    Visit the Model Railroad Train Exhibit-- they have a model of Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater which is awesome and the animations are spectacular.
  • Rachel H.
    Rachel HaringFebruary 23, 2012
    Make sure to check out the old submarine and the Omnimax Theater!
  • Andrea R.
    Andrea RupertFebruary 19, 2012
    This place is dirty. Trash cans overflowing a Sunday Morning at 10AM when they open. Managed by young adults who aren't 100% respectful to little kids
  • Brandon V.
    Brandon VidrineJanuary 29, 2012
    Daft Punk lazor light show ftw !
  • Doug R.
    Doug RayJanuary 26, 2012
    The model trains on the second level are a great holiday activity.
  • Randy R.
    Randy RandyNovember 26, 2011
    Midnight floyd is the shizznet definatly recomended new technology is pretty badass wish they still used the star projector like the old days though
  • Trish H.
    Trish HuettelNovember 12, 2011
    A great place to spend the day though it can be difficult to take in everything in 1 day w/ small children. The exhibits change often: check the web site.
  • Kristen S.
    Kristen SayersNovember 7, 2011
    The kitchen theater ice cream making was great.
  • Ian E.
    Ian EverhartOctober 29, 2011
    The weekend evening laser shows are awesome but you may wish to bring earplugs.
  • Charissa S.
    Charissa SedorSeptember 29, 2011
    It's always a party in the planetarium… star shows & rockin' LASERS!
  • K12 Inc
    K12 IncJuly 22, 2011
    Did you know? Industrialist Andrew Carnegie, for whom the Center is named, sought to bring what he called the "noble quartet: art, science, music & literature” to all - regardless of age or income. Read more
  • Brian M.
    Brian McKinneyJune 27, 2011
    Last hour = $3 admission
  • Jen S.
    Jen SakoJune 7, 2011
    The Sports Complex is awesome. Leave plenty of time to do this!
  • Jason P.
    Jason PaughMay 24, 2011
    Great fun for the whole family. I love this place but haven't been to SportsWorks yet. I hope we get to go today.
  • Miguel O.
    Miguel Olivas-LujanApril 2, 2011
    Kids just LOVE the new sports center area!! Sciences applied to body parts and functions. Very well done!!!
  • Chad P.
    Chad PhilistineFebruary 26, 2011
    Come visit the annual StormFest usually held in the begining of each year!!!
  • NASA
    NASADecember 7, 2010
    NASA uses robots for a wide array of space exploration activities. Learn how robots think and act in the interactive RoboWorld area, which is the world's largest permanent robotics exhibition. Read more
  • Brian S.
    Brian SearlOctober 9, 2010
    Don't miss the old cold war submarine on the river behind the Science Center. A great tour for anyone interested in history.
  • Youngkuk K.
    Youngkuk KimJuly 18, 2010
    Enjoy with family. It's one of great place for children I've visited. Submarine is also awesome!
  • Tamer Z.
    Tamer ZiadyMarch 21, 2010
    The amazing theater (the Omnimax) has some amazing shows and is always a great enjoyment. Read more
  • Tim T.
    Tim TenderFebruary 20, 2010
    The Beatles Laser Show at the CSC Pittsburgh was pretty neat. Check it out... in a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine!
  • David B.
    David BoykinJanuary 16, 2010
    The new sportsworks is great
  • Patrick R.
    Patrick RiegerJanuary 4, 2010
    I worked at CSC for a number of years. It was the most rewarding job in my life. I met people from all over the globe.
  • Melinda K.
    Melinda KruegerNovember 20, 2009
    Always a good time! They also have a meeting at the beginning of every month with guest speakers. Read more
  • agent s.
    agent skaNovember 15, 2009
    Best Robot Exhibit in the world!
  • Angela S.
    Un museo para niños. Y el de deporte es mejor para niños de mas edad
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