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Copernicus Science Centre conducts modern science communication through interactive exhibitions, shows and workshops on scientific themes, debates and discussions as well as activities from the borderland of science and art. The mission of the Centre is to inspire curiosity, assist the independent discovering of the world, help to learn and inspire social dialogue on science.
Roots of Civilization. Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? Inventions that changed our world. Pivoting points in human history. Our goals, ideas, and desires – namely: whatever makes us humans.
Buzzz! On the blue hill and over the tree-top, among the clouds and in the underground crannies toddlers can spoor animal trails and discover the world of nature with their smell, hearing and sight. Entry for children up to the age of 6.
RE: generation. What happens in our heads when we love, frown or simply take decisions? How do we see ourselves? Discover the emotions, thoughts and feelings which determine how we see ourselves and other people. Discover not only the diversity of the Earth, but also uncover the secrets of the Universe. Gallery is suitable for people aged over 14.
Humans and the Environment. This gallery allows the visitors to examine and observe… themselves and their surroundings. Find out how our bodies operate and test it, try it and discover the secret of senses and see how we influence the environment and how the environment influences us.
LightZone. Here light and darkness struggle against each other. In the background narrative plot introduces detective story of illusions, optics and electromagnetic radiation.
On the Move. We present the secrets of the universe and microcosmos which impact our everyday life. Rights of physics are explained and tips are given of how to use them. There are also many mysteries which still have not been solved by scientists.
The Thinkatorium. New place, where all visitors, regardless of their age, knowledge and skills, will learn that they think better than they think.