Find and circle these items one can see in the Carnegie Museum of Art and Museum of Natural History. Words run horizontally, vertically, diagonally and backward. Uncircled letters, when read across from the top left, will spell out another popular museum attraction.
|Ant||John Kane oil|
|Assassin bug||Kitten's paw|
|Biodomes||La Brea Tar victim|
|Bog||Lake Erie beach|
|Fake diamond||Poison ivy|
|Fool's gold||Salon of the People|
|Giant copper nugget||Tea set|
|Gift shop||Termite mound|
|Hall of Birds||Venus|
Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Oakland. 412-622-3131
Jan. 26. The Scoop on Poop. The turd is the word! Traveling exhibit about you-know-what and its many uses.
Luxe Life. Masterpieces of American jewelry in natural settings. Through Feb. 24.
Dinosaurs in Their Time. Dem bones are back, in Phase One of the Dino Hall restoration. Ongoing.
Carnegie Science Center, North Side. 412-237-3400
Bodies. Dead men tell tales. Through May.
The Heinz History Center, Strip District. 412-454-6000
Steelers 75th Season Celebration. Relive the glorious past. Through Feb. 10.
Children’s Museum, North Side. 412-322-5058
ToonSeum, all about comics and cartoons. Ends Feb. 27.
Feb. 2. Secrets of Circles. The fun round shape.
Rivers of Steel National Heritage: Bost Building, Homestead. 412-464-4020
Steel: Made in Pennsylvania. Photographs by State Museum of Pennsylvania photographer Don Giles. Through March 17.