Music experiments, the secrets of remote control functioning and a very close encounter with electric current – that is what the Copernicus Science Centre has in store for you this winter.
Music on the stage
We would like to invite you to 15-minute-long music shows that will enable you not only to understand the substance of sound, but also to become a part of an orchestra – every day from 12.30. p.m.
New experiments in "On the move" exhibition
A dozen simple experiments will help you understand the phenomena you encounter on a daily basis. We will show you how a remote control and an electric engine work, reveal the secrets of colour perception and teach you how to cut a large enough hole to walk through in a small piece of paper.
Electrifying High Voltage Theatre
The first production is still being prepared, but the theatre is already open to trial visits.
It will enable you to touch electric current and learn about a number of laws governing electromagnetism. The theatre stars Van de Graaff generator – a device that will make your hair stand on end and cause metal objects to move.
The last chance to hear Good Vibrations
Only until 17 March 2013 will the interactive music exhibition be available. It is the last opportunity not only to see sounds, but also to touch them or to step on them.
Spend your winter break in the Copernicus Science Centre!