Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour, Tallinn
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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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Mielenkiintoinen, interaktiivinen, sopii kaiken ikäisille! Kesällä tietysti mukavampi käydä, mutta mihin vuodenaikaan tahansa kiinnostava.An interesting, interactive, suitable for all ages! In the summer, of course, more comfortable to hold, but at any time of year.show original
Очень интересное место, где можно познакомиться с историей военного кораблестроения, посетить списанную подлодку прямо в здании музея, поучаствовать в интерактивных полетах, морских сражениях и тп. Сл... read more »Very interesting place where you can learn about the history of the military shipbuilding, visit the retired submarine right in the building of the Museum, participate in interactive flights, sea battles, etc. Accidentally hit the Titanic exhibition touring. Be sure to visit, especially with children. Minus-holidays-huge queues.show original
Olipa hauska kokemus han kaveriporukallakin, saatikka jos lapset olisivat olleet mukana. Suosittelen ikään katsomatta. Ja todella lähellä keskustaa.Whether it's a fun experience, han porukallakin, let alone if the children would be the guy. I recommend, regardless of age. And really close to the city centre.show original
Wonderful museum to visit for a local or for someone out of town. Various educational and fun expositions show aviation and nautical history with the trademark Lembitu submarine that is fully explorable. Staff is great and helpful. You can visit the indoors cafe and enjoy a meal on the balcony.
Interesting exhibition and also nice premises for various company events, different atmoshpere for conference afterparties and so on. Satisfied through various events attended there.
Nice museum in an awesome building with plenty of interesting exibits. The entrance ticket is expensive, but worth it.
Renovated seaplane harbour and maritime museum, interactive guides and amazing submarine Lembit, which was under exploitation till 2014
Must visit if you haven't visited a maritime museum before. Apart from all kinds of sea vessels like ships, boats, sails, submarine, etc., and other sea equipment like buoys, anchors and sea mines, there are fun science demos to try and understand fluid mechanics. It also exhibits weaponry used by erstwhile Soviet Union in the world wars like tanks. There is also a flight simulator which was exciting to try. And there was an icebreaker ship outside the hangar in which I couldn't go because it had closed. Even 4 hours are not enough to completely see this place. Dive in!
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