Sunday, March 9, 2014

Carnegie Science Center Landmark

We had a beautiful day yesterday so we decided to take the kids to the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh. We have never been there and thought that this would be something new that the kids can learn to. I will make a detailed post about our trip next time, sharing here first is the landmark of the CSC.
Carnegie Science Center is just one of the  four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.  This north-shore attraction has 400 hands on exhibits where you can see science come alive.   If your kids are into science, this is the perfect place for them to visit as it is an interactive  amusement park for their  imaginative minds.
The CSC includes:
  • Highmarks Sports Works.
  • Real cold war-era submarine
  • Rangos Omnimax Theatre
  • High definition digital planetarium
  •  2,000 ft aquarium
  • 3e live demonstration theaters
  • Miniature railroad and village.

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Nova said...

Totally a nice place to visit esp with kids, they will learn something that they don't see everyday.

FX777222999 said...

This trip's good for children to learn about science. They should grab this opportunity to learn something new. Here in the Philippines, students are required to have field trips 2 to 3 times a year.

Unknown said...

I miss going to exhibits like that. The huge open balloon like thing on the top of the roof is beautiful.

Franc said...

It would be a learning experience for kids to visit science center. Science was my favorite subject growing up so I'm gonna love this place too.

mommy Orkid Belle said...

What an interesting place and it is something that my family and I would love to visit. :)

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