Preservation and Study

The Estonian Maritime Museum aims at preserving and conveying knowledge that contributes to opening maritime history. The museum’s researchers and collection managers are engaged in gathering, preserving and studying maritime history, preparing exhibitions and participating in maritime-related research projects.

The Maritime Museum’s collection activities are based on the Estonian Museums Act and the Collection Programme.

The following topics of collection are prioritised by the Maritime Museum:

  • Works on board the ship and in port
  • Ports
  • Navigation/shipping lines
  • Shipbuilding/repairs
  • Maritime education
  • Everyday life of sailors
  • Maritime organisations
  • Expatriate Estonian maritime affairs
  • Events related to maritime history
  • Seaplaning
  • Naval affairs
  • Watercraft

Read more about the Maritime Museum’s collections policy HERE.
If you have an object, photo or memory to offer to the Estonian Maritime Museum, please contact RUTH RISTMÄGI, Head of Collections Management, by calling +372 680 7730 or emailing to ruth@meremuuseum.ee

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The Seaplane Harbour now displays an underwater photo exhibition on underwater archaeology

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28. December

The renovation project of Fat Margaret received support from Enterprise Estonia

Enterprise Estonia (EAS) announced supporting the application of the Estonian Maritime Museum for adding a family-centred attraction to the building complex of Fat Margaret.

11. May

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+372 6 200 550 (Mon-Fri 9-17), except on national holidays
info@meremuuseum.ee
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Paks Margareeta CLOSED FOR RENOVATION. REOPENING 2019 AUTUMN

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