Natural History on the Move
Bring the museum to you!
Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s award winning outreach program has new programs presented in new ways—chosen by you!
Each program is designed to enhance and enrich science learning at your site, whether it’s in a classroom, scout meeting, afterschool program, senior center, fundraising event, or community festival. Every program is carefully tailored to the appropriate age level and, where appropriate, is aligned with national and Pennsylvania academic standards to help support your educational goals. Our programs are designed to be inclusive, resulting in a rewarding outcome for all learners of all ages. They can be adapted to community centers and hospital settings as well as other individual or group settings for those with physical or mental disabilities. We are happy to work with you to adapt our programs to the needs of your group.
Museum educators guide an inquiry-based, whole-language experience program based on our world-famous collections.
Interactive programs allow you to visit the museum face-to-face without ever leaving your seat. No specialized videoconference equipment needed.
Entertaining and educational interactive event that brings our life-sized Spinosaurus to you!
Enhance your community festival, science fair, fundraiser or other large event with our fun and educational table top activities.
Create enduring learning experiences by using museum specimens in your classroom, scout troop, and other locations.
Don't let cost be a barrier! Support may be available for some outreach programs. Call the Group Visits Office at 412.622.3289 for more information.
Should hazardous conditions result in cancellation of programs, announcements will be made on television stations KDKA, WTAE, and WPXI.