Seaplane Harbor Maritime Museum in Tallinn
We are glad to invite you to a tour at the Seaplane Harbor Maritime Museum in Tallinn.
Originally the hangar for seaplanes was built as a part of Peter the Great's Naval Fortress. The hangars were built in between 1916-1917.
Those hangars are the first construction in the world which has it’s carcase and top made of armed concrete. Seaplane Harbor is a real treasury of Estonian marine history! Here we can learn about the life on the water surface and under the water; visit a real submarine and icebreaker; get to know new things about underwater mines and yachting, a sport that is so popular in our country.
The museum is filled with lots of modern computer entertainment like flight simulators, submarine journeys, and RC model-ships. You can try on a sailor uniform and take some pictures and, of course, a guide will introduce you to a whole new world with his marine stories.
Interaction and modernity of the museum surely won’t leave anyone bored — from the youngest ones and to already grown up lovers of marine romance.
Physical activity level:
Medium - the tour takes place at the museum where you can find some seatings in case you need to rest.
Tour duration: 2 hours
Included sightseeing attractions:
- Hangars of the Seaplane Harbor (part of Peter the Great's Naval Fortress)
- The oldest icebreaker Suur Tõll
- Submarine Lembit
- Large indoor and outdoor marine themed exhibition
Passenger port, airport, bus station, railway station
The meeting point can be changed depending on the client’s wish
Included in the price:
- Guide Services
- Museum Entrance Ticket
- Transfer to the Seaplane Harbor from the city centre or any other place
Price for Groups:
|Number of People||On Request|
|Price for Group EUR||50 Euro - Adults||30 Euro -Kids|