Joy of Museums Virtual Tours

Virtual Tours of Museums, Art Galleries, and Historic Sites

Carnegie Science Center – Virtual Tour

Carnegie Science Center - Virtual Tour

Carnegie Science Center – Virtual Tour

The Carnegie Science Center has four floors of interactive exhibits, which opened in 1991. The museum includes world-leading exhibits such as Roboworld, which contains more than 30 interactive displays featuring robotic technologies. 

The Robot Hall of Fame features famous robots from science fiction films, television, and video games.

Famous robots include R2-D2, C-3PO, Data, the T-800 Terminator, R.O.B., Maschinenmensch, Gort, Robby the Robot, Robot B-9, HAL 9000, and Huey, Dewey, and Louie from Silent Running.

Highmark SportsWorks is also a significant exhibit with over 30 interactive science and sports experiences. SportsWorks features three themed areas: Physics of Sports, LifeWorks, and Sports Challenge.

The E-motion cone is a white-colored, inverted cone that sits atop the Science Center building. At night, it is lit with different colors, signaling the weather forecast for the next day.

The Miniature Railroad & Village (MRRV) is an extensive and detailed model train layouts diorama of western Pennsylvania from 1880 to 1930. It is a long-running display and has been a Pittsburgh tradition for over 50 years.

The Carnegie Science Center is one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

Carnegie Science Center - Virtual Tour

The 21-foot ‘zero’ gravity climbing wall at Space Place – Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh

Highlights of the Carnegie Science Center

  • Buhl Planetarium with one of the latest digital projection technology
  • Rangos Giant Theater – the biggest screen in Pittsburgh
  • SportsWorks
  • Miniature Railroad & Village- MRRV
  • USS Requin – World War II submarine
  • Roboworld – one of the world’s largest robotics exhibition
  • The Carnegie Mellon University’s Robot Hall of Fame
  • E-motion cone

 

Carnegie Science Center - Virtual Tour

B-9, Class M-3 General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental Control Robot, from Lost in Space – Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Science Center

  • Museum:             Carnegie Science Center
  • City:                     Pittsburgh
  • State:                   Pennsylvania
  • Country:              United States
  • Established:        1991
  • Type:                   Science and Technology Museum
  • Location:             One Allegheny Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Carnegie Science Center Map

Carnegie Science Center – 360 Views

Carnegie Science Center – 360 Views

Carnegie Science Center – 360 Views

Carnegie Science Center – 360 Views

Carnegie Science Center – 360 Views

Carnegie Science Center – 360 Views

Virtual Tour of the Museums in Pittsburgh

Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Science Center

A Tour of the Top Museums in the USA

Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Science Center

~~~

“No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right; a single experiment can prove me wrong.”
– Albert Einstein

~~~


Photo Credit: Leslie Veen from San Francisco, CA, USA / CC BY-SA (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0); Photojunkie / Public domain; Allie_Caulfield from Germany / CC BY (creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)

Popular this Week

Museums, Art Galleries & Historical Sites - Virtual Tours
Wedding Suit of James II
Portonaccio Sarcophagus
Quotes about Museums, Art and History
Gustav Klimt - Virtual Tour
Nebra Sky Disk - Oldest Map of the Night Sky
Henry VIII's Writing Desk
"Woman with a Pearl Necklace in a Loge" by Mary Cassatt
National Memorial for Peace and Justice - Virtual Tour
Madonna and Child by Raphael

SEARCH