Copernicus Science Centre, Warsaw

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web
Home to over 450 interactive learning exhibits, Copernicus Science Centre serves as one of the country's most renowned museums. Six permanent exhibitions explore topics such as sound waves, the human body, electricity, emotions, and technology, all through hands-on experiments. Little ones can enjoy the special kid-designed areas. Make sure to visit the on-site planetarium that screens a range of immersive educational movies with English-language headsets available. You can reflect on all that you've learned in the rooftop garden, boasting an impressive range of botany. The on-site cafe and restaurant serve light meals, snacks, and drinks. The science center is very popular and it is strongly advised that you purchase your ticket online in advance. Plan your visit to Copernicus Science Centre and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Warsaw holiday planner.
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  • What confounded me situation, You amazed on entering that group big ... but without the kids ... good. How you'll dig in the play is 4 hours a minimum. ... I recommend great fun ...
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  • We have spent in the heart of 2 h. Long experience, yet wielkasza dose of knowledge. If someone likes to explore and know, it certainly is the place for you. Object interesting for both adults and children. I was once in the Centre of the scientific experiment in Gdynia, but Copernicus is much larger. Unfortunately during my visit to the Planetarium was excluded from the tour ... a pity ...
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  • Great place for families, but also the ever interesting people, interested in everything. Grumblers may stay at home. A lot of cool exhibits, interesting topics, the ability to check your intellect/physicality. That's all pluses. While it is a pity that some of the exposure of the crashes (when such exploitation is not weird) and many are quite a queue even during the week. The food in the canteen awful and pricey.
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  • I visited the planetarium which is top of the line, technically advanced, and worth a visit. Yet, as in every modern planetarium - the show is narrated in an irritating way and too much about popular science and obvious knowledge. No new stuff you can learn there, which is unfortunate seeing how much really interesting facts could be passed on using this great piece of technology.
  • One of the best Museums i have ever seen there are a million Hands on Experiments to learn about Sience. The best you can make with kids and for me as adult it was also thrilling spent more than 4hours there at weekends you should prebook your ticket online because i had to wait for about 1h and they told me thats normal
  • The best science museum in Poland! Interactive exhibitions, a park, great location, ingenuous setup! Some exhibitions are not working, but it's understandable, since hundreds of thousands are allowed to interact with them.
  • In terms of mixed science and fun it is the best museum in Poland. You can easily spend 4 hours there not being bored even for a minute. Both kids and adults would love it!
  • Great facility for kids of all ages. Number of great exhibits, lots of activities and items have English translations. Very easy to access through the Metro.
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