Pittsburgh
Science and Technology

This section features museums and other attractions related to science, technology and industrial history, including railroads, aviation and other forms of transportation. Natural history museums are listed in the "Creatures" section but may also be listed here.

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Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Bayernhof Music Museum features a major collection of automated musical instruments from the 19th and 20th centuries. . .

Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Bicycle Heaven bills itself as the "worlds largest bicycle museum and bike shop. . ."

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Carnegie Museum of Natural History in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh was founded by industrialist Andrew Carnegie in 1896. . .

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The Carnegie Science Center is the most visited museum in Pittsburgh. . .

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The Frick Art & Historical Center is a cluster of museums and historical buildings in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Pittsburgh. . .

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This organization produces periodic events showcasing antique agricultural, transportation, and construction equipment. . .

Washington, PA, USA

The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in Washington, Pennsylvania, includes a collection of 45 refurbished trolleys. . .

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The tagline: "The most unusual tourist trap in the world meets the most bizarre private collection on public display. . ."

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