Mark your calendar:
Aug. 14 – Science of Beer
Sep. 18 – Robots
Oct. 16 – Back to the Future
Nov. 13 – Glass
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.
Sep. 18, 2015
Join us on Sept. 18 as we explore the binary world of robots!
Check out our assortment of robots in roboworld while listening to live music from local band "Nameless in August" and enjoying drinks from the cash bar. Program a robot to make works of art or to navigate a maze.
For a few dollars more, check out our newest Omnimax movie, ROBOTS. ROBOTS is a sneak peek into the future at what might be possible as scientists use innovative engineering and design to make cyber characters less "humanoid" and more just plain human. Robot "actor" RoboThespian will introduce you to CHIMP, ATLAS, PR-2, Herb the Butler, ICUB, and others on an amazing tour of what's going on in robotics labs around the world.
Oct. 16, 2015
It's 2015. So where are the flying cars?
Come back to the future with Carnegie Science Center's 21+ Nights on Oct. 16. This October marks and month and year that "Marty McFly" visits during his iconic trip to the future. What did the movie get right, and what isnít quite there yet, and most importantly, where is my hover board!?
Get your picture taken with the Steel City Time Machine, a real DeLorean make to look like the time machine from the movie. See a 1-million volt display of light and sound from our giant Tesla coil in the Works Theater in our High Voltage show. Watch Back to the Future II in the Science Stage, and explore about futuristic technologies such as 3D printing. What would dehydrated pizza really taste like?
Come dressed in your best fashion from 1985, 1955, 2015, or even 1885!