Copernicus, who lived from 1473 to 1543, was one of the most famous scientists and mathematicians to come out of Poland. It was he who formulated the theory that the earth revolves around the sun, and not the other way around. Therefore, it is appropriate for Poland to honor it with the Copernicus Science Center, with a planetarium exhibit dedicated to outer space and how it affects our lives. Travelers fluent in Polish may wish to attend a lecture by one of Poland's top scientists. Poland's top science museums also offer hands-on experiments for budding scientists of all ages. in this place we can also learn a lot of science while enjoying the works of Copernicus.
Copernicus Science Centre is a science museum standing on the bank of the Vistula River in Warsaw, Poland. It contains over 450 interactive exhibits that enable visitors to single-handedly carry out experiments and discover the laws of science for themselves. The Centre is the largest institution of its type in Poland and one of the most advanced in Europe. In 2018, since its opening, it had been visited by over 8 million people. The first module of the Centre building was opened on 5 November 2010 with five galleries (On the move, Humans and the environment, Roots of civilization, Lightzone, Bzzz!); the exhibit for teenagers – RE: generation was opened 3 March 2011; a planetarium The Heavens of Copernicus opened on 19 June, the Discovery Park on 15 July, chemistry laboratory - 18 October; biology laboratory - 15 November, robotics workshop - 6 December, and physics laboratory - 20 December.