Mark your calendar:
March 13 – H2Oh! – our newest exhibit!
April 24 – Sci-Fi
Proper identification is required, and all guests must show ID at the door.
All those who have ever wanted to enjoy Carnegie Science Center without having to elbow 8-year-olds out of the way for a chance to compete against the Air Hockeybot or launch a rocket into the air, will not want to miss 21+ Night at Carnegie Science Center.
Highmark Sportsworks® and the USS Requin Submarine will not be open for the evening.
April 24, 2015
Discover the science behind science fiction as we host 21+ SciFi!
Watch the feature film Interstellar, starring Matthew McConaughey, in our Science Stage. After the movie, our in-house astrophysics expert and Buhl Planetarium Director Dr. Brendan Mullan will discuss the movie and answer your questions.
Meet a Stormtrooper from Garrison Carida, a chapter of the 501st Legion, or a member of the Rebel Legion. Mingle with members of the Steel City Ghostbusters and snap a selfie with the Pittsburgh Ecto-1, a replica of the ghost busting hearse, or the Steel City Time Machine.
Learn about the origins of Science Fiction starting with Mary Shelly's Frankenstein in our Works Theater show, Frankenscience. The show features the Science Center's large Tesla coil, a one-million volt display of light and sound.
As always, 21+ Night features cash bars and snacks available for purchase.
Cost is just $10 for tickets purchased by noon the day of the event, or $15 if purchased at the door.