Copernicus Science Centre, Warsaw

4.3
#1 of 90 in Childrens Museums in Poland
Observatory · Science Museum
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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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  • Unless you lived under a rock your whole life the exhibition is not enjoyable. I can imagine that it is fun for kids, but for adults it's boring to say the least. The experience is best for kids aged....  more
    Unless you lived under a rock your whole life the exhibition is not enjoyable. I can imagine that it is fun for kids, but for adults it's boring to say the least. The experience is best for kids aged....  more »
  • This is a great museum for kids and adults. There is a 6 and under area with lots of water play, so bring a change of clothes for the little ones. 
    This is a great museum for kids and adults. There is a 6 and under area with lots of water play, so bring a change of clothes for the little ones.  more »
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  • Very interesting bike and AI exhibitions. Lots of very cool, interactive stuff everywhere too. Didn’t get to see as much of upstairs as we unfortunately only had 2 hours. Planetarium was also closed and maybe that’s where the Copernicus-specifics were as I didn’t see much on him (or maybe I was just being unobservant!). Definitely plan to spend a good afternoon, or even whole day, here.
  • ONE OF THE BEST SCIENCE MUSEUMS IN THE WORLD! Super friendly for all ages, very accessible and clean. Every piece is interactive and fun (even for adults). Must do when visiting Warsaw. Worth booking tickets ahead of time to save a bit of queuing time.

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