Carnegie Science Center Hosts Science After Hours: Breaking Bad

There’s been a Heisenberg sighting at Carnegie Science Center. During Science After Hours, tread lightly and explore the chemistry of one of the greatest television shows of all time! It’s a “Dead Freight” kind of night, so call Saul (and a babysitter) for a night out at Pittsburgh’s most-visited museum!

Your ticket to Science After Hours includes:

  • See explosive chemical reactions in action in the Works Theater show, “Breaking Science.”
  • Walt and Jesse attempt to dissolve organic matter inside a bathtub using hydrofluoric acid. Explore the effects of acid on organic matter.
  • Walt builds a mercury oxide battery to jump start the RV when he and Jesse were stranded in the desert. Learn how to create a homemade battery and car chargers.
  • Hank finds out firsthand the dangers of over-carbonating his Schraderbräu craft beer. Discover the effects of carbonation in home-brewed beer.
  • Brock came across the toxic lily of the valley plant. Identify plants and berries you should not touch or eat.
  • Plus, check out four floors of engaging exhibits, enjoy some beverages, and more at this mad scientist party!

Science After Hours: Breaking Bad will take place on Friday, January 24 from 6:00 to 10:00 pm at Carnegie Science Center. Gather your friends for this adults-only night. With no kids around, expect deeper science content, riskier experiments, and more! For more information, or to purchase your tickets, visit the Science After Hours: Breaking Bad event page.