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Polar Space exhibition in the Seaplane Harbour!

Polar Space, an exhibition featuring projects and models of future polar stations, will be open in the Seaplane Harbour from 10 March to 3 April 2016.

10. March

What will the Year of Maritime Culture offer to the tourist?

There will be events of the theme year in each season, including much of interest for tourists: both for children and adults, for those seeking more intimate cultural experiences and those preferring to enjoy cheerful and crowded festivities. The programme and the event calendar, updated continuously, are available at www.merekultuur.ee in Estonian, English and Russian, and […]

25. January

2016 – Year of Maritime Culture in Estonia

For 15 years already, theme years have been organised by the Estonian Ministry of Culture to focus public attention on a specific cultural sphere. In Estonia, 2016 is the Year of Maritime Culture, dedicated to maritime-related traditions and customs, the art of living by and with the sea.

25. January

Repair-work at the museum

From November 9 to 13 museum plane simulator area is closed for repair work.

03. November

Seaplane Harbour now easier to access!

The road works at Kalaranna Street are finished. Our visitors can now access the Seaplane Harbour more conveniently than ever before, using an asphalted street.

15. September

On 13 September 2015 Tallinn City Tour buses do not work!

Regarding to the SEB Tallinn Marathon Tallinn City Tour buses do not work on 13 September 2015.

10. September

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The Estonian Maritime Museum’s new exhibition at the Dock Museum (UK) celebrates the 85th anniversary of the launch of Estonian submarines Kalev and Lembit

The Estonian Maritime Museum’s new exhibition about the history of submarines Kalev and Lembit opens at the Dock Museum in Barrow-in-Furness in the UK. The two submarines were built 85 years ago at the former shipyard of Vickers-Armstrong Ltd and launched in Barrow-in-Furness on 7th July in 1936.

22. September

The Estonian Maritime Museum opened an exhibition of one of the world’s largest maritime tragedies

On the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Juminda, the Estonian Maritime Museum opened the exhibition in the Seaplane Harbor “Hell on the Baltic Sea. Juminda Maritime Tragedy 1941 “. The exhibition, based on the stories of people and ships, was completed in cooperation with award-winning creators from the Estonian film world. “The tragedies of […]

09. September

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