We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Whether you're seeking a science adventure, or just looking for things to do in Pittsburgh, Carnegie Science Center is a fun-filled destination guaranteed to ignite the "Wow!" in everyone. Visit Pittsburgh’s most-visited museum, with four floors of...more
All reviews all ages sports works laser show imax theater miniature railroad air hockey submarine tour robot exhibit rock climbing sports complex highmark sports human body model train four floors hands on activities real submarine uss requin
A nice place to spend time with family. Lots of interactive exhibits. The train layout is outstanding and informative. The sports portion has a climbing wall and other interactive activities that everyone can participate in.
This is a great science center with four floors of interactive activities for everyone to enjoy. It also has a planetarium and Rangos giant theater. The best part for my kids was the Highmark SportsWorks. They LOVED it!!! They were able to zip line, be...More
Four floors of fun, entertainment, and activity. Traveled with two grandsons 8&10. One day is not enough time. Hands on exhibits,!robots, model trains,planetarium, large screen theater, Something for everyone. In warmer weather there is an actual submarine to explore. Very interactive. In the building next...More
My 10 year old grandson and I loved this place. One building provided a place to stretch out muscles and try a variety of sports activities. The other had a wide variety of interactive displays teaching about real- life science. What an enjoyable day! We...More
We were visiting Pittsburgh over the weekend with our focus on the Carnegie Science Center and our 2 year old grandson. It was great and our grandson loved it ... so many interactive attractions for children of all ages ... yes, the grandparents had a...More
Response from 501cynthian | Reviewed this property |
The exhibits are geared towards kids as in there is lots to touch, cool things to see that attract kids, and things to figure out. It is also interesting to adults on a different level because the explanations about science... More
The exhibits are geared towards kids as in there is lots to touch, cool things to see that attract kids, and things to figure out. It is also interesting to adults on a different level because the explanations about science adults will process on a deeper level, the submarine is great, and lots of things adults would find interesting to look at too. If the Lego exhibit is still there all the adults and children found that amazing!
It depends on your energy level and time constraint.I go frequently with my grandchildren \.We do 3-4 hours depending on the programs(EXCELLENT)scheduled.A lunch break is helpful in their spacious cafeteria (buy or... More
It depends on your energy level and time constraint.I go frequently with my grandchildren \.We do 3-4 hours depending on the programs(EXCELLENT)scheduled.A lunch break is helpful in their spacious cafeteria (buy or bring).Plan on more time than you scheduled.Always a fine experience for ALL ages.