Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History
Third Sundays in 2018
10 a.m. — 5 p.m.
New year, new art? If you have yet to experience the latest exhibitions at Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History, you’re looking for the perfect outing for the entire family or you want to infuse your weekends with more culture, you’re in luck.
Designed as an open house for the Pittsburgh community, the Oakland destinations are offering free admission on the third Sunday of every month throughout 2018. That means you can return repeatedly to get reacquainted with your favorite treasures, and see the latest lineup of rotating special exhibitions.
Current exhibits not to miss include the first-of-its-kind, interactive exhibition, “We Are Nature: Living in the Anthropocene” at Carnegie Museum of Natural History,” and “William Henry Fox Talbot and the Promise of Photography” at Carnegie Museum of Art — which features rare, fragile works exhibited in Pittsburgh for the first time.
Art lovers have a lot to rejoice about because there are additional free admission events too, including: Free Good Fridays at The Andy Warhol Museum throughout January from 5 to 10 p.m., a free Sunday at Carnegie Science Center on March 25, and more.
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