Center for Postnatural History
Time & Location
About the Event
Located in the Burgh’s trendy Garfield neighborhood, the Center for Postnatural History is a collection and exposition of organisms that have been intentionally and heritably altered by humans. The Center is "dedicated to the advancement of knowledge relating to the complex interplay between culture, nature, and biotechnology". This truly unique private museum, featured in National Geographic and Forbes and maintained as a non-profit project by a CMU professor, is open to the public infrequently, but we have arranged for a private tour for HBSAP members. The event will be free for Season Members, $10 for regular Members, $15 for Member guests, and $35 for others.
- Regular Member ticket$10.50$10.500$0
- Season Pass Member RSVP$0$00$0
- ticket for guests of members$15.75$15.750$0
- Tickets for non-members$36.75$36.750$0