On this autumn’s first Family Sunday, concentrating on the Antarctic, we will learn where the coldest place on earth is and what it is like. We will see how Antarctica was discovered and why people go there. What kind of climate does the Antarctic have and can people live and work in such a cold?
Tours in Estonian will begin at 12.00 and 14.00; in Russian at 14.00. Registration at the Desk!
A workshop with the Maritime Museum’s artist Roman Matkiewicz will be open from 12.00 to 16.00.
On February 23, 85 years will have passed since the official opening of the Estonian Maritime Museum on the Baikov Waterfront, which is now the Old City Harbor. The exhibition “Time flies over harbors,” which will open in March at the Seaplane Harbor, will be dedicated to the anniversary. “The Maritime Museum was founded by […]
On 28 January, Eesti Post presented the postage stamp block ‘Discovery of Antarctica 200. Estonian–Russian joint issue’ at the Seaplane Harbour.
Kersti Kaljulaid, President of the Republic of Estonia, who is currently in Antarctica, was contacted by phone.
Due to the festive period, we do have some exceptions in our opening times.
During Christmas, we are closed on December 23rd and 24th. As a special gift to our visitors, we are open on some Mondays, December 30th and January 6th.