The Copernicus Science Centre is one of the largest science centre in Europe. Check also our planetarium The Heavens of Copernicus.
Fantastic interactive museum of science. It is very interesting and entertaining for both children and adults.
Science center located at ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 20 in Warsaw, which aims to develop science, cooperate with scientists and teachers, and according to the mission of the institution also: inspire to observe, experience, ask questions and search for answers. The center has been open to the…
At Copernicus, you will find around 400 exhibits within our permanent and temporary exhibitions, as well as the Thinkatorium workshop space, and two theatres – the High Voltage Theatre and the Robotic Theatre. Admission to all the attractions listed below is included in the ticket to the Copernicus…
Showing in interactive and funny way the history of science, demonstrating on concrete cases and experiments how the world works. Especially suitable for children. To be reached by metro (line 2, start at Metro Daszynskiego Station, get off on the station CENTRUM NAUKI KOPERNIK
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