Filling your spring break with art and culture is easy thanks to the efforts of local museums.
On March 28-30, Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History and The Andy Warhol Museum are offering free admission during Pittsburgh Public Schools’ 2018 Spring Break.
The three “Spring Break Free Days” are open to all visitors.
On March 29, Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History are open until 8 p.m. On March 30, The Warhol is open until 10 p.m. for its Good Fridays series.
At CMOA, families can participate in drawing activities in the Scaife Galleries, experiment with plaster creations in the Hall of Architecture and attend specially-themed gallery tours.
Next door at CMNH, kids can explore the fascinating “We Are Nature” exhibition, check out massive dinosaurs and enjoy live animal shows in the Earth Theater.
On the North Side, families can create their own art in The Warhol‘s Factory and attend gallery talks and tours.
Need more art in your life? The Mattress Factory museum is offering free admission to Pittsburgh Public School students March 26-30.
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