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Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour, Tallinn

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Explore Estonia's maritime history at Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour, a museum that features a World War II-era submarine and many other ocean-related artifacts. Themed exhibits spread out over three floors tell of Estonia's strong relationship with the sea. Each floor pertains to a specific sector of maritime or naval history, focusing on the air, the sea, and beneath the sea. Seize the chance to see an icebreaker ship, a pre-World War II seaplane, and the recovered wreck of a 16th-century sailing ship. You can try your hand at piloting a plane, ship, or submarine yourself on one of the museum's simulators. Don't miss climbing aboard and seeing the inner workings of the Lembit, a submarine built in 1936 that served with the Soviet and then Estonian navies until 2011. See Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour and all Tallinn has to offer by arranging your trip with our Tallinn tourist route planner.
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  • Outside are a number of old naval vessels, which especially for lovers are interesting. The exhibition (including the submarine) are currently not to visit because it is grown. Me is not known when this view is opened.
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  • I happened to be there at museum week (free museums for everyone!) so it was quite crowded (oh what a surprise!) but on a more relaxed day it's absolutely cool place to visit. 
  • In Tallinn only wanted to visit this Museum, but it turned out that it closed before the end of February, it is the hangar can be repaired, maybe due to the low attendance in this period. Walk into the port and it's free.
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  • Fantastic and absorbing museum. Plenty to see and keep everyone occupied. Highlights for me: Submarine which you can explore Interactive displays, keeps kids interested (adults too!) Ticket allows you to look around ships outside also. The cafe bar inside is on a balcony overlooking the museum, food is nice and not expensive. Definitely worth a visit.
  • Brilliant museum. Tickets include access to a number of vessels outside too. Includes a fun aerial defence machine gunning simulator and an old submarine to explore. Suitable for kids too, as you can touch (and climb on) most exhibits!
  • Quite interesting marine exhibition. Too much reading and too little interactive stuff for my taste.
  • Really nice museum! I spent there about 3 hours and for students it's only 8€ and it's totally worth it! It's a very interactive museum with a lot of things to touch or play with. Also the part about the Viking history was very interesting. If you are in Tallinn you should definitely visit it. From the old town its just a 20min walk
  • Üks ägedamaid muuseume terves Eestis. Tihti vahetuvad rändnäitused ja ülimalt põnev ning kaasakiskuv püsiekspositsioon. alati pakub pinget ka lastele, ka korduval külastusel.