The Annual Pass to the Maritime Museum will grant its owner unlimited access to the Fat Margaret tower, the Seaplane Harbour and the museum ships for a whole year. Annual Passes are available at the Desks of the Seaplane Harbour and Fat Margaret.
Within 12 months after registering the Annual Pass at the Desk of the Seaplane Harbour or Fat Margaret, the owner will have access to practically everything offered by the most popular museum in Estonia: the permanent exhibitions in Fat Margaret and the Seaplane Harbour, the Suur Tõll icebreaker and the other museum ships, free tours, seasonal exhibitions and programme events.
The Annual Pass cannot be used for special events held in the Maritime Museum (the Gourmet Cinema of the PÖFF festival, concerts, theatrical performances, etc.); a separate ticket will be required for such events.
The Full or Discounted Pass is personal and cannot be used by others. The Family Pass can also be used by other family members who have been registered at the time of purchasing the Pass.
Children aged 8 or under are admitted free.
Each year, the Maritime Museum brings top-class exhibitions to the Seaplane Harbour and Fat Margaret tower.
Also worth checking out are the Maritime Museum’s programme events: we have rich programmes to celebrate the Children’s Day, the Night of Ancient Bonfires, Father’s Day and a number of others. The Maritime Forums and many other events are held in addition.
Please let us know about your proposals, questions and comments:
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