Tickets

 AdultsChildren aged 9–18 and studentsFamily Ticket **
Seaplane Harbour Combined Ticket + temporary exhibition (the Hangar + museum ships "Suur Tõll" & "Valvas")14 €7 €28 €
Museum ships, "Suur Tõll" & "Valvas"6 €3 €12 €
Annual pass ***40 €20 €65 €

 

Children aged 8 and under are admitted free of charge.

** The Family Ticket will include up to 2 adults and their children aged 18 years or under.

*** The Annual Pass to the Maritime Museum entitles its holder to an unlimited number of visits to the Seaplane Harbour  for one year, beginning from the date of purchase. Moreover, the Annual Pass will mean a number of special benefits. The Annual Pass is available from the desk of the Seaplane Harbour

A 10% discount will apply for groups with 10 or more persons. The discount is not available for Family Tickets.

A 50% discount will apply for ITIC card owners.

A visit to the Seaplane Harbour will include

  1. the Seaplane Hangar’s exhibition(s)
  2. the Suur Tõll and the Valvas

Admission to the Estonian Maritime Museum is free for

  • owners of the Tallinn Card; https://www.visittallinn.ee/eng/tallinncard
  • children under 16 with a disability (please provide a certificate) and an accompanying person
  • persons aged 16 or older with a profound or severe disability (please provide a certificate) and an accompanying person
  • military personnel and conscripts wearing a uniform of the Republic of Estonia
  • tour guides trained and certified in the Estonian Maritime Museum
  • employees of Estonian museums (please provide your employment certificate)
  • owners of the ICOM Card
  • owners of a press card
  • owners of the WFTGA Cultour Card
  • teachers accompanying participants in museum lessons (1 adult per every 6 preschoolers or every 10 pupils)
  • bus drivers accompanying groups (up to 2 bus drivers per group)

News

Exhibition on 100 ships of Estonia

The exhibition ‘100 years on water. The ships of Estonia 1918–2018’ was opened in the Seaplane Harbour. It introduces 100 ships that played an important role in the history of Estonia, including sailing ships, steamers, warships, passenger ships, and cargo ships.

20. March

The underwater archaeology experience room

The underwater archaeology experience room will introduce you to the fascinating underwater world through large interactive projected screens and U-Cat, Estonia’s very own underwater robot. For the Maritime Museum, maritime archaeology has been one of the most important areas of research for decades. 2018 marks the passing of 40 years since the first studies were […]

11. December

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Contact

+372 6200 550 (Mon–Fri 9–17)
info@lennusadam.eu
Vesilennuki tee 6, Tallinn

Open :the museum is open 10.00–18.00 (Tue–Sun); from May open daily 10.00-19.00

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