Ironman Tallinn events take place on 1-5 August and bring about 3000 visitors to Tallinn. The Maritime Museum extends the opening hours of the Seaplane Harbour. Traffic is reorganised.
On Wednesday, 1 August at 15:00 PM starts Pom’bel IRONKIDS race. See more.
NB! Delays may occur during the race for entering or leaving the seaplane hangar.
Parking is possible in front of the hangar, next to the Kalaranna street. Parking is not possible next to the hangar.
On Saturday, 4. August Ironman Tallinn race begins at 6.30 AM with a single-loop 3.8 km swim in the Baltic sea. Athletes will then continue onto a two-loop, 180.2 km bike course which leads along the coastline and nearby villages. The final 42.2 km four-loop run takes participants through the historical city center of Tallinn, and finishes on Freedom Square. The longest live stream in Estonia will be broadcasted at TV6. See more.
NB! Kalaranna street is closed for traffic from 7.15 AM – 17.30 PM, but bus nr 73 operates.
The museum at the Seaplane Harbour opens at 7 AM!
On Sunday, 5 August at 9 AM begins Telia 4:18:4 triathlon. See more.
NB! Kalaranna street is closed for traffic at 9.00-12.00 AM, but bus nr. 73 operates.
The museum at the Seaplane Harbour opens at 9 AM!
Information phone-line service for the race: +372 5300 1707.
On 4 and 5 August free admission to the museum ships in the harbour.
Come and celebrate the grand sports festival!
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On 30-31 July an Estonian sailboat, ‘Admiral Bellingshausen’, will stay at Amaliehaven, Copenhagen. An art installation will be set up to draw attention to the climate issues at polar areas.
The audio tour at the Seaplane Harbour now tells the Estonian maritime history in ten languages. The audio tour introducing the permanent exhibition above and below water and in the air is a unique journey.