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Carnegie Museum of Art

37 locals recommend ·
About this place
Art museum dedicated to contemporary art, late 19th century American art, French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, decorative arts & architecture.
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Catherine
Catherine
January 6, 2020
The Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History is a monument to art, culture and history from Pre-historic to Post-modern. It is also walking distance from Bohemian Place.
Adam
Adam
December 31, 2019
Art museum with great collection of modern art, cafe, and gift shop.
Becky Lee
Becky Lee
December 9, 2019
Nice exhibits and good food at the cafe.
Adam
Adam
November 19, 2019
Art museum with a great collection of modern paintings and contemporary art exhibitions, gift shop and cafe. With the same ticket, you can visit the Museum of Natural History, which is in the same building.
Ronald
Ronald
October 26, 2019
Art sculptures and history of the world.

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Location
4400 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone+1 412-622-3131
Websitecmoa.org
Hours of Operation statusClosed now
Credit cards
Yes (incl. Discover & Visa)
Outdoor seating
Yes
Wifi
Free
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