Copernicus Science Centre, Warsaw

4.3
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. A visit to Copernicus Science Centre represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Warsaw road trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • My husband thought that this museum is a reason to visit Warsaw. I really thought it was very interesting and I would like to have spent more time there. What they should definitely take into account....  more »
  • Went there and there were no tickets. Had to come back later which I regret since it was more of a science workshop for children than a museum. Very few sign on English. I also went for the...  more »
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  • Copernicus Science Centre is a science museum standing on the bank of the Vistula River in Warsaw, Poland. Its exhibition is divided into six interdisciplinary parts with over 400 exhibits. Music is combined here with biology, and mathematics with architecture. There are lots of experiments and games. The building is interesting, the open space, and the layout of the museum is creative.
  • This is a fantastic science museum for adults and children alike. As well as many interesting exhibits there were many imaginative interactive exhibits bringing important scientific ideas to life. It makes the science museum in London look a bit tired and boring. Very easy to spend a morning or full afternoon here. There is a separate, ticketed, section for under fives which is also very well put together.
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