Copernicus Science Centre
EUR 10 per person
The Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw is located on the western bank of the Vistula River in the Powisle district, near the student quarter. It allows children to explore the world of science through hands-on experiments. Parents also have a lot of fun during their visits. We speak from experience!
Please note The Science Centre is NOT A MUSEUM for adults. It is a science centre for children.
Warum empfehlen wir das Zentrum?
T he Copernicus Science Centre (Centrum Nauki Kopernik) in Warsaw is a modern, interactive science museum designed for children. It was opened on November 5, 2010, and has since become a significant educational institution and a popular destination for science enthusiasts of all ages.
The goal of the Copernicus Science Centre is to present science and research in an accessible and entertaining manner. The museum offers a variety of interactive exhibitions, experiments, and events aimed at inspiring visitors and igniting their curiosity for the world of science.
The exhibitions at the Copernicus Science Centre cover a broad range of scientific disciplines, including physics, biology, chemistry, computer science, and environmental sciences. The interactive elements allow visitors to explore and understand phenomena for themselves. There are experimentation stations where one can experience physical principles, as well as areas dedicated to biology and technology.
In addition to the exhibitions, the Copernicus Science Centre regularly organizes workshops, lectures, and events for schools and groups. These activities aim not only to impart knowledge but also to foster enthusiasm for the natural sciences and deepen understanding of their significance in the modern world.
The architecturally impressive building of the Copernicus Science Centre is located on the Vistula Boulevard, contributing to its attractiveness. Overall, the center plays a significant role in promoting the culture of science in Warsaw and provides an inspiring environment for all those interested in the wonders of the natural sciences.
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Guided tour with us
We do not offer guided tours in the science centre. The specific nature of the museum requires specifically trained staff. Please contact the museum administration for assistance.
Website of the museum
Planetarium (2D presentation; 'Direct from the Sky')
Planetarium (Concerts and performances)
Buy e-ticket on website of Science Centre
The Science Centre is very modern and absolutely barrier free.
Main image © Adrian Grycuk [CC BY-SA 3.0]
Maximum group sizeNo limits