Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw reopened


After a break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Copernicus Science Center (Copernicus Science Center) was reopened in Warsaw.

-We have turned off the exhibits with a strong gust of air and those needing interaction through blowing or bringing faces closer to them.

The Planetarium will not host live shows. The repertoire will remain short live shows before the movies. The Robotic Theater and laboratories will be closed. The High Voltage Theater is open, but there are no shows.

The Copernicus Science Center uses an innovative solution that protects visitors. Exhibits and frequently touched surfaces were covered with a special photocatalytic coating, protecting against bacteria, viruses and fungi for 12 months. This revolutionary nanotechnology solution allows to keep them clean without the need for continuous disinfection. It also improves indoor air quality.