In 2015, we began introducing changes in our exhibition space as part of a few years’ long Copernicus Science Centre renovation programme. The first stage of works included “On the Move” gallery, which re-opened in spring 2016. The new exhibition comprises new exhibits some of which were made by our CSC team – and we are very proud of it! Others – well known and appreciated by the visitors – were improved and clad in new cases. One thing is certain – all exhibits amaze with precision and allow for spontaneous and open experimenting.
At the beginning of 2017 we presented renovated entry zones of the Copernicus Science Centre and the Planetarium. They are now more comfortable, toned and provide some space for relax and rest.
In autumn 2017, we will begin changing other two exhibitions with their rearrangement due to finish in spring 2018.
For the period of the renovation the “Human and the Environment” and “Lightzone” galleries will remain closed for visitors. As part of the process the spatial arrangement of these exhibitions will also change and they will no longer function as two separate zones.
In the new exhibition space you will find familiar exhibits but presented in a different form and context, as well as exhibits made by the CSC team.
They will all evolve around humans and their usage of senses and skills to perceive, interpret and describe the surrounding world. Our visitors will also become the subject of surprising research and experiments.