Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is thrilled to welcome you at the museums to honor and celebrate the cultures and contributions of Hispanic and Latin Americans during National Hispanic Heritage Month. Join us throughout the day for Latin music performances in the Sculpture Court, a scavenger hunt and spotlight stops at Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Spanish-language tours at Carnegie Museum of Art, and authentic Colombian cuisine from Colombino Food truck!
Schedule of Events
Noon–4 p.m. Colombino Food Truck and Cash Bar
Colombino food truck serves authentic Colombian cuisine (featuring gluten-free and vegan options). A cash bar will be available.
Noon–5 p.m. DJ Sets by Sazon PGH
Alex Rivera and DJ Yamez are SazonPGH, a family-friendly party featuring samba, salsa, bachata, reggaeton music, and more.
1 and 3 p.m. Spanish Language Tours
Carnegie Museum of Art is offering free tours of their collection in Spanish. Tours begin at 1 and 3 p.m and will meet in the Scaife Lobby just outside of the Carnegie Museum of Art Store.
2–3 p.m. Dance and Musical Performances from the Geña y Peña Trio
Geña y Peña play songs of love and life that will transport you to Latin America and the Caribbean.
All Day Scavenger Hunt and Staff-led Spotlights
The hunt is on! Hop over to Carnegie Museum of Natural History for a scavenger hunt of Latin American specimens titled “Three Birds and a Butterfly.” While you’re there, be on the lookout for staff-led spotlights featuring the following:
- Gems and Minerals
- Dinosaurs: Herrerasaurus ischigualasto
- Jaguars in Wildlife
- Bird Hall