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Kopernik Centre - worth visiting?


sobieski 107 | 2,128
24 Jan 2012 #1
Has anybody on this Forum been to the Kopernik Centre? Whenever I have visitors and I want to go there with them, there are impossible long queues... On the other hand I heard it is highly overrated and at most an attraction for kids... I cannot have an opinion on this one, because I have not been there yet.

So is it worth the waiting time & impressions?
For a high-tech centre as this you should be able to buy tickets on-line though.
pip 10 | 1,661
24 Jan 2012 #2
yes- it is awesome. totally worth the wait. go early before the place opens and line up. that is what we did and the wait wasn't too long.
Patrick35 1 | 17
5 Mar 2012 #3
What about queues on weekends?
pip 10 | 1,661
5 Mar 2012 #4
no idea but I would still advise to get there early to avoid the queue's.
fringxx - | 30
6 Mar 2012 #5
There are always terrible lines up there, it's really annoying, during the weekends it's even worse, but you should see it, a really interesting experience worth waiting. :)
Patrick35 1 | 17
6 Mar 2012 #6
it has got to be awesome as being opened so much time ago,there are still queues
Wedle 16 | 496
6 Mar 2012 #7
For a high-tech centre as this you should be able to buy tickets on-line though.

You can book as a group of 10 in advance: kopernik.org.pl/en/about-us/rezerwacjegrupowe00/

instead of going for the individual daily tickets.
Harry
6 Mar 2012 #8
Hmm, might be an idea to book a group of ten even if there are only a couple of you, collect and pay for the tickets and then go to the back of the queue and offer the remaining eight tickets to the highest bidders.
pip 10 | 1,661
6 Mar 2012 #9
you have been living in Poland for too long.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,883
6 Mar 2012 #10
Such is the spirit of kombinowańá, surely?
pawian 163 | 10,357
6 Mar 2012 #11
Hmm, might be an idea to book a group of ten even if there are only a couple of you, collect and pay for the tickets and then go to the back of the queue and offer the remaining eight tickets to the highest bidders.

Also, you forgot to add that the best means of transport to the Centre is a horse cart. Hiring it will be the cheapest, too. :):):):):):)
DepressedOne - | 34
7 Mar 2012 #12
It's worth, really. Shame that there's no internet ticket reservation but Harry's idea isn't so stupid...
Patrick35 1 | 17
7 Mar 2012 #13
i'm not sure, i'm probably gonna just wait


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