This is one of the most modern science and technology museums in Europe, and it is very large, covering all aspects of science and technology, from space to geology, and there are many projects that people can participate in deeply, which is very good.
A great science and technology museum. This science center is quite large, divided into indoor and outdoor parts. It not only shows us the history of ancient science and technology, but also shows us the latest development of modern science and technology, which is quite good.
The science center itself is very good. There are various activities to encourage children to be interested in science. They can learn in a pleasant way and with novel gadgets. But it was too crowded when I went, so it was difficult to see all the exhibits.
Centrum Nauki Koprnik️ The highlight here is that there are more technological products, which are more suitable for showing some scientific charm to children and big friends.
The monument to the bronze statue of Nicolaus Copernicus is one of the famous landmarks in Warsaw, built to commemorate the great Polish astronomer Copernicus who put forward the "heliocentric theory". On the pedestal there is an inscription "Compatriots of Poland commemorate Nicolaus Copernicus". Especially on the ground of the square, there are patterns of heliocentric theory. The white circles on the ground are the orbits of the planets in the solar system around the sun. He holds a model of the solar system in his hand.
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The Copernicus Science Center is located on the Vistula River in Warsaw. I personally think that it is more meaningful than the Warsaw Palace of Science and Culture. The facilities here are very advanced. It not only introduces scientific knowledge in all directions through graphics, text, audio and video, but also has some projects for visitors to experience in person, allowing participants to deeply understand the scientific principles and knowledge. In short, it is a science venue that is worth visiting.
One of the most modern science museums in Europe, not only to visit, but to feel the technology, especially with children.