The house is interesting for a quick visit but there isn't much to look at and a lot of the explanation is only in Polish. My guidebook said there is a good film about the city but I didn't see any film being screened. Still,...More
About House of Nicolas Copernicus Museum
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It is just a nice house with few old furnitures, very boring, no new information and they are not even sure that it was the real house of Copernicus.
If you are a student of history, mathematics, science or economics, you should visit this home. Consider the revolutionary belief of the heliocentric theory in 16th century Europe. When you visit this site and you view the scientific instruments used by Copernicus, then you can...More
It was closed when we went but even to see the home of Copernicus is a nice treat. To see where the great mathematician and astronomer was very interesting and a good piece of history.
Stopped inside yesterday to view the birthplace of the astronomer Copernicus. Interesting to see how the family lived - from the income of a local merchant (father). This isn't a time consuming tour but would be a shame to skip if otherwise in town.
We had a nice time visiting the home of Copernicus. It was great to be able to step back in time and see where he lived. We happened to go on a Wednesday, when the museum was free. That, combined with the time of year...More
We visited a few other sites in Torun, and as a repeat visitor, I was thrilled to see upgrades that had been completed in the past 2 years. Deutsch and English offered everywhere! House of Kopernika was no different, they had some beautiful upgraded displays,...More
The museum gives a very good insight to the works of an industrious man. The tour is well pointed out and the information is in several languages. Definitely wortha visit.
I had a great time at the House of Copernicus, It is now a museum. Notice that there's a typical upper floor design with a balcony and/or pulley, which the residents use to lift commodities and stored in the attic.