Carnegie Trees
On view through January 6 in the Hall of Architecture

Celebrate the season with one of the great Pittsburgh holiday traditions: the Carnegie Trees at Carnegie Museum of Art.

For the 51st year, the museum’s Hall of Architecture will dazzle visitors with seven grand, 20-foot trees, flanking the museum’s perennial favorite, the Neapolitan presepio, a beautiful 18th-century Nativity. Each tree will be stylishly decorated in the theme of world’s fairs, celebrating "Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World’s Fairs, 1851–1939," now on view in the Heinz Galleries at Carnegie Museum of Art.

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