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Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour

Vesilennuki 6 | Kalamaja, Tallinn 10415, Estonia
+372 620 0545
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Absolutely worth a visit

The hangar in itself is an amazing piece of architecture and will blow your mind once you get past... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
kbpdk
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Copenhagen, Denmark
An unexpectedly rich experience

This is a hugely rewarding place to visit if you have any love of the sea. The space is... read more

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Welcome aboard! Seaplane Harbour is an exciting maritime museum in Tallinn, Estonia for the whole family. Located in the unique and historic seaplane hangar, our interactive exhibition includes a real submarine from mid-1930s, seaplane Short 184, a 100-year-old ice-breaker, two cinemas, many simulators and much more. And while you are here, take a look at one of the nicest souvenir shops in Tallinn or eat local food at our restaurant MARU.
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 19:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Vesilennuki 6 | Kalamaja, Tallinn 10415, Estonia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The hangar in itself is an amazing piece of architecture and will blow your mind once you get past the ticket booth, up the stairs and enter this huge hall. A submarine is fitted inside as is a replica of a seaplane, which seems so...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a hugely rewarding place to visit if you have any love of the sea. The space is spectacular, once a hanger for 21 seaplanes it is now a state of the art museum. The cafe was excellent the exhibits most interesting and the...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The ships themselves are interesting to see, but the inside od the Suur Toll is something special. Unfortunately we couldn't visit the inside of the museum, but for the price we paid it was a new and exciting experience worth the time. If you are...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice and interesting museum. Not overcrowded, and a must see in Tallinn. Also not to miss are ice breakers in the sea behind the museum.

Thank Tomislav K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The museum's main attraction is the Lembit submarine, that was operating in the 2nd World War. You can enter the submarine for a better understanding of what living & fighting was like for the crew. There are lots of interactive screens and games that you...More

Thank Vladut B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Ice boats, very old submarine, (a few) buoys were very interesting. Keep in mind it is a maritime museum, and be sure to check out the variety of ships outside.

Thank artie-abq
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth a visit to see a variety of exhibits inside including a submarine as well as a number of vessels outside where you can also look inside an icebreaker recently decommisioned

Thank Barry T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great exhibition, boys and boys with beard will find that interesting. There are also ships outside that can be visited utilizing the same ticket.

Thank Maxonious
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Well set out museum, with some great historic pieces, including a submarine you can go inside. Outside the museum there is another area with ships moored which you can go on.

Thank colmac53
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Before planning your visit, I´d just recommend you to check that in addition to the permanent exhibition there´d be another exhibition ongoing during the time of your visit. There have been great temporary exhibitions (e.g. Titanic, sea rescues) but we happened to go at a...More

Thank Reio V
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Response from Jevgeni N | Reviewed this property |
in case if not rainy,you could get on foot, it take appx. 15 min, it's not very far
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Response from Taru V | Reviewed this property |
I would not waste time by walking. If you take Tallink takso (cab service), they are all yellow, it won't cost more than ten euros. It is quite trustworthy company and we use them all the time! Sorry it took so long to... More
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Response from Can S | Reviewed this property |
Depends on the tariff of taxi. I paid around 6 euros.
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