Located on Pittsburgh’s historic North Side, the National Aviary is one of the foremost bird sanctuaries in the country, home to more than 500 birds from 150 different species from across the globe, many of them threatened or endangered in the wild.The National Aviary features extensive, interactive exhibits that visitors can walk through to allow for an intimate interaction with the free-flying birds, and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to hand feed and meet many rare species.The museum features over 10,000 specimens on display in 20 galleries and over 20 million specimens cataloged in online databases on the Museum’s extensive research library.World-renowned exhibitions include the “Dinosaurs in Their Time” exhibition, which presents the third largest collection of mounted, displayed dinosaurs in the country.A wide variety of programs for visitors of all ages and levels is available to enjoy, ranging from classes, workshops and docent-led tours to community-based education programs.Address: 4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Phone: 412-622-3131 More vacation ideas: Heinz History Center, Mattress Factory, The Andy Warhol Museum The Carnegie Museum of Natural History is dedicated to inspiring and educating the public about the natural world and human cultures.
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Located on Forbes Avenue in the neighborhood of Oakland, the museum was founded by industrialist Andrew Carnegie and is ranked as one of the top five natural history museums in the country.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History is one of the best things to do in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.