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. To visit Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour on your trip to Tallinn, use our Tallinn road trip app.
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  • Well worth a visit if only to explore the old submarine. The museum is well designed and lit, we would recommend a visit. The submarine is fascinating. 
    Well worth a visit if only to explore the old submarine. The museum is well designed and lit, we would recommend a visit. The submarine is fascinating.  more »
  • This museum is not about seaplanes but about maritime in the Baltic back in the day. They had a great collection of displays from that period, including many forms of water transport, but the big... 
    This museum is not about seaplanes but about maritime in the Baltic back in the day. They had a great collection of displays from that period, including many forms of water transport, but the big...  more »
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  • Super interesting museum for everyone. Impressive old submarine and maritime objects inside, and the chance to explore an old icebreaker ship and a military ship outside. It also has interactive fun content for younger visitors: flight simulator, green screen with sailor clothes, remote controlled boats etc. 8€ ticket for students.
  • I don't really love museums, but this one is awesome. Money well spent I would say. It's not just watching and viewing things but engaging with them. Totally recommended. Also, it's awesome place to bring your children, they will have much fun here!

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