Summer of Rhythm and Sound
Get into the rhythm of summer at Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh! Discover the science of sound, from the never-ending carnival in the Miniature Railroad & Village® to special activities on every floor, the Science Center stimulates your senses. Enjoy the rumbling vibrations of miniature trains chugging along the track and if you are lucky, the quiet croaks of a bullfrog in H2Oh! Field Station. Rock out in GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World, play the world’s largest guitar and discover the science behind the instrument. The science of sound continues throughout the museum with Music Mondays, Saturday showings of America’s Musical Journey in The Rangos Giant Cinema, and daily demonstrations in our theaters. GUITAR, Music Mondays, and theater demonstrations are all included with general admission! Don’t miss the summer of rhythm and sound at the Science Center.
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GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World
May 20 – Oct. 30
Included with general admission
Are you ready to rock? Drop in to uncover the science behind guitars, strum the world’s largest playable guitar, and check out infamous guitars on display.
Throughout the summer
See a show within GUITAR: The Instrument That Rocked The World. The stage is set in the back of the exhibit and is surrounded by rare, antique, and popular guitars.
America’s Musical Journey
Dance through the evolution of music in America. In this film showing in The Rangos, you will learn how each city impacted rhythm and tunes throughout the years.
Sing along to hits from the Beatles and Queen as lasers dance to the beat on the screen in Buhl Planetarium. Purchase tickets in advance.
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