For sure it's something different than average Museum, you can touch, and try everything. On the other hand I was expecting more, The theatre of robots is like watching iron puppets, it's not some high technology but still nice story ;) You don't have to look at exhibits in a particular order, and you can take your time. Saddly there is a lot of people inside so it's hard to get to some of the exhibits and try them. After some time most people get bored, Also you get the badge on the hand and special card with opens gates for you. there are computers and everyone can log in their card with e-mail then after the visit they send your resoults from exhibitions, so you can check it out ;) There is many interesting atractions you can solve a murder investigation, you can try jumping on the moon, try to see how drinking before drive affects your sight. I think that the it's the best museum if you're going with your children. They won't get bored so fast. But what's important is that If you're going to this Centre you should wake up early and stand in the queue at 7 A.M well maybe 8 a.m but that's it! They open cash desks at 10 but the queue starts forming at 8 or before. I've talked with woman that tried to get in the day before she told me that she was standing there since 9 a.m and after 7 hours she gave up, because they suspended ticket selling for hour (they do that if there is to much people in the Center). I think that the good way to get in is to buy tickets in the cash desks in observatory, it's connected to the museum but to get in you have to go to the backs of museum, If you wanna buy tickets there you have to buy tickets for observatory also, but they are not expensive and totally worth it! The cash desks at observatory opens at 9 a.m and there is usualy shorter queue (probably because you can't buy there only tickets for centre, in cash desks of planetarium you can buy tickets for planetarium, or for planetarium and museum together) In observatory you can choose one of a few seances I trully recomend 3D seances!!! I've never seen something like that, for me the observatorium was better than museum. Seances take place at the particular hour but if you have also tickets for museum you can go there then come to seance and after that you can go back once again to looking at exhibitions. To sum this up the queues are awful but museum is worth seeing, but the one time is enough! The observatory on the other hand is worth comming back every time you're in Warsaw but remember to choose 3D the effects are breathtaking!!!
English isn't my first language so I'm sorry for all my gramar mistakes;)
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