Modern Copernicus Science Centre located on the street Coast Kościuszkowskie 20 in Warsaw. The center was founded in 2005, and since 2010, opened additional parts: 5 gallery, RE: generation, planetarium, park explorers and laboratories. The center was created to promote science. It is the largest science center in Poland and in Central and Eastern Europe. Many visitors are attracted mainly due to its interactive nature. Visitors to the Science Centre can gain knowledge through experiences that are part of the exhibition. Therefore, it is a great place for young people who will enjoy the attractions, so you will not get bored. Normal ticket costs 25 zlotys and 16 zlotys reduced. The price of a ticket, visitors can see a performance at the Theatre Workers, science shows at the Theater High Voltage and temporary exhibitions. Separate tickets are valid for the planetarium and minilabs that are carried out every weekend. The big attraction is also a lovely roof garden center.