big ideas

Children's Museum of Pittsburgh seeks to extend our reach by designing innovative and inclusive spaces, products and programs that facilitate play, experiential learning and social interaction for children and families.

universal design

Universal design program aims to make socially responsible design standard practice

Universal design seeks to create safer, healthier and more supportive facilities for visitors and staff, regardless of age or ability.

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love and forgiveness

Designing for Empathy: Perspectives on the Museum Experience, Chapter 9 - Play, Building a Culture for Kindness Through Collaborative Design

We focus museum experiences on fostering kindness and empathy to build diversity, accessibility, and equality in informal learning spaces.

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Children's Museum Collaborates on New Learning Environment with Seneca Valley School District

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Children’s Museum partners with Target on nationwide toy launch

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Never Waste the Walls: What PK-12 Schools Can Learn from Museum Design

New Art Installation Draws the Public to Look Up

Kidsburgh: Children’s Museum Pop-Up Exhibit Help Kids Deal With Tragedy