Saturday, March 22, 2014

Carnegie Science Center #Admission

We went to Carnegie Science Center on March 8th. Our daughter love anything that is science related so this a perfect place for her to explore. Even the little man enjoyed it too as he has  seen different kinds of robots.
From  Sunday-Friday, it opens at 10:00 a.m.  until  5:00 p.m. and  on Saturday, 10:00 a.m.  and closes at 7:00 p.m.  According to their info, the  Carnegie Science Center is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and for Steelers home games with 1:00 or 4:00 p.m. kickoff times.
The admission at the Science Center cost $17.95 for adults and $9.95 for children (3-12).  The tickets for Omnimax Films and Laser Shows are priced separately, and can be purchased alone, or in a discounted combo package with Carnegie Science Center admission.  IOf you are a member of
Carnegie Museum, you get to  enjoy free admission and discounts on Omnimax tickets.
A television crew was in the  entrance when we came so we slid off  as discreetly as we could so  we won't be ambushed with an interview lol.
Upon payment, you will be handed out the  wrist bands as employees checked them when you get in their section.
Our first stop was the rest room so while my husband was inside, I asked my Burritos to pose for me.
There are so many interactive things that children can learn from.  I will post them individually  when  I get the chance.
Here's the full view of it from the river side (photo isn't mine)
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The Carnegie Science Center is located on the North Shore next to Heinz Field, just across the river from downtown Pittsburgh.   Visitor parking at Carnegie Science Center and Highmark SportsWorks is $5 per vehicle for non-members. Member parking rates are $3 per vehicle. Non-visitor parking is $5 per vehicle.  You would think that the parking would be free since you have to pay the admission but no, you have to pay it separately.  

5 travelers' comments:

Mai said...

Haha, so glad you evaded the paparazzi. I can see the kids had a great time.

Franc said...

It's nice to see R2D2 and C3P0 at the science center.

Nova said... can see the happiness of your kids eyes on those things related with Science .

Jhady said...

Science center is a fun place to visit. There are a lot of things to see and not only you are having fun but also you will learn things.

Franc Ramon said...

I'd love to explore the science center as I'm a geek at heart.

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