Programs for Scout Groups
Cub Scouts, Webelos, Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Seniors, and Cadettes! Whether it's science, nature, crafts, or cultures, chances are that you'll be able to work toward badges, patches, quests, or journeys through science and nature programs at Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Call to find out how we can tailor programs to help you check off some of your requirements.
- Distance Learning: Videoconference in real time with museum educators and scientists.
- Educational Loans: Borrow specimens and artifacts from the museum.
- Guided Tours: Delve deeper into science and culture when you plan a group visit.
- Homeschool: No need to be a homeschool group—our homeschool series are also perfect for many science and nature scout requirements.
- Overnight Adventures: Experience a night at the museum.
- Powdermill Nature Reserve: Join museum educators for outdoor explorations at the museum's environmental research center.
- Traveling Classroom: Bring museum programs to your location. Perfect for special needs groups.
Merit Badges and Interest Workshops
Participants satisfy most badge requirements. Additional requirements may need to be completed on your own. A certified merit badge counselor will sign off on requirements completed during Boy Scout workshops.
10 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
Contact Group Visits at 412.622.3289 or GroupVisits@carnegiemuseums.org. You may also , click here to request your program online.
Workshops for Groups
Boy Scout Merit Badge topics:
- American Cultures
- Indian Lore
- Insect Study
- Mammal Study
Girl Scout Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador Interest Project topics:
- Digging through the Past
- Just Jewelry
- Museum Discovery
$200 for up to 10 participants
Additional participants: $20 per person
Should hazardous conditions result in cancellation, announcements will be made on television stations KDKA, WTAE, and WPXI.