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Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour

Vesilennuki 6 | Kalamaja, Tallinn 10415, Estonia
+372 620 0545
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Great destination - who knew I liked maritime museums?!

Definitely worth a visit if you have a day in Tallinn. The recently restored building is worth... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Jean I
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Melbourne, Australia
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Great museum!

What a brilliant museum! Just the right mix of knowledge, things to see and things to touch. The... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
AAJ75
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Lappeenranta, Finland
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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 yesterday via mobile

Definitely worth a visit if you have a day in Tallinn. The recently restored building is worth seeing in itself - but the exhibits are well presented, have English translations and are interactive. A lot of thought has gone into this - which we appreciated.

Thank Jean I
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

What a brilliant museum! Just the right mix of knowledge, things to see and things to touch. The submarine Lembit from late 1930's and the pre-WW1 ice-breaker Suur Tōll are very, very interesting. The museum is very stylish and the blue-toned lighting actually creates an...More

Thank AAJ75
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This was really interesting. The submarine was really cool to go inside. The displays were in Russian, English and Estonian and the interactive exhibits were quite educational. This was one of the highlights of our trip. The ice breaker ship in the harbor was also...More

Thank EveCarp
Reviewed 2 days ago

Many things to see, nicely arranged. Easy to reach by public transport: use bus line 73 from Viru. Stop to get off is actually called Lennusadam.

Thank carlo552017
Reviewed 2 days ago

In my opinion, this is the top attraction in Tallinn! A 20 minute walk from the Estonian Maritime museum, be sure to buy the combined ticket at the museum beforehand. Wonderful displays of Ice yachts, buoys, submarine, sail boats, etc The Search and Rescue theme...More

Thank CaptSiddharth
Reviewed 3 days ago

As a true person of letters and words, I have always been horrible with sciences, digits, equipment and technologies, nor did I ever have any interest in them, yet this Museum is one of very few exceptions when I got lost clicking the buttons, pressing...More

Thank Vicky P
Reviewed 3 days ago

Found this to be a really unique and educational place. Some of the exhibits are really modern and interactive. Lots of interactive screens, but my favorites were the machine gun shooting and the virtual reality tour. I was pleasantly surprised. Its clear a lot of...More

Thank Adam P
Reviewed 4 days ago

I first went to Fat Margeret with is at the border of old town, there I bought the package ticket including both Fat M and this seaplane Harbour (You only need to add 2 more euros for the package). After visiting Fat M, I walked...More

Thank Joanna Z
Reviewed 6 days ago

The building itself is interesting. A quite big concrete pillar-less structure, makes an impression from the inside, not so much from the outside. It is the EML Lembit that is the obvious highlight, but children miraculously disappeared by the simulators located on the lower level...More

Thank sir_meeshoo
Reviewed 1 week ago

Yeah, it's big, even huge and has a lot of exhibits but probably it's just not my stuff. What I liked the most was to walk around the Suur Toll ice-breaker, a pride of Estonia. The ship is located in the harbour behind the main...More

Thank YakovTriko
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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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Depends on the tariff of taxi. I paid around 6 euros.
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