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Built in 1895, the richly appointed Carnegie Music Hall is a component of the Carnegie Museums complex in the city’s vibrant Oakland neighborhood.
It should not be confused with the Carnegie Music Hall located outside the city straddling the working class suburbs of Homestead and Munhall.
The Carnegie Museums Of Pittsburgh is the umbrella institution that manages four distinctive museums in the city of Pittsburgh. Their history can be traced to the founding of the Carnegie Museum Of Natural History and the Carnegie Museum Of Art in 1895 through a gift by industrialist Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919). The complex is an impressive, L-shaped structure faced with magnificent sandstone carved with intricate detailing and includes the Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh.
With a storied stage and near-perfect acoustics, the Carnegie Music Hall comfortably accommodates nearly 2,000 guests in hits crimson velvet seats.
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The museum complex operates a six-level parking facility for cars and small vans. The lot is located directly behind the museum and may be accessed from the intersection of Forbes Avenue and South Craig Street.
4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 United States