Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw is a place striving to popularise science. It is one of the youngest museums in the capital as it was opened only in 2010. It is also one of the most modern museums in Warsaw and definitely one of the most popular. It is situated at 20 Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie Street. The main aim of the center is to popularize science and visitors learn via play and performing experiments on their own. The entire exhibition is very modern and interactive. The museum has 6 thematic exhibitions in which we can see 400 exhibits. The museum building covers 15 thousand square meters area. Exhibitions include: the world in movement, human being and environment, light zone, Re:generation, Bzz! and roots of civilization. Apart from them visitors can also the visit robots’ theatre, high voltage theatre, what is more planetarium, explorers’ park and roof garden. A visit in Copernicus Science Center takes about 3-5 hours. It is also possible to take part in special workshops and laboratories. Copernicus Science Center is undoubtedly one of the most interesting modern museums in the country.