Maritime museum re-opening after quarantine
Seaplane Harbour is re-opened on 12th of May, Fat Margaret on 15th of May. Both buildings are opened with certain limitations adressing current situation. Working hours remain the same as during summertime, Monday-Sunday 10-19. Ticket prices remain the same as well. During this period visitors are offered free audioguide, usage of personal headphones strongly advised.
Following measures are temporarily implemented in exhibition to be used during transitional period:
Submarine Lembit is temporarily off-limits for tours. Tour participants are strongly advised to take personal safety equipment with them (masks and gloves).
For a safe museum experience visitors are to keep 2m distance with other visitors and the staff. Disinfectants, provided in buildings, must be used on point of entry and after contact with various surfaces. Please watch your children and ensure that they behave in similar fashion. People with signs of disease are not allowed inside the museum.
Museum conducts regular wet cleaning. It is possible to buy a protective mask and receive free pair of gloves.
Opening hours of the Seaplane Harbour:
October–April: Tue–Sun, 10.00–18.00
May–September: Mon–Sun, 10.00–19.00
Opening times during 2020 holidays:
10.04.2020 – 10.00-17.00
12.04.2020 – 10.00-17.00
01.05.2020 – 10.00-17.00
31.05.2020 – 10.00-17.00
23.06.2020 – 10.00-17.00
24.06.2020 – 10.00-17.00
20.08.2020 – 10.00-17.00
24.12.2020 – CLOSED
25.12.2020 – 10.00-17.00
26.12.2020 – 10.00-17.00
NB! 28.12.2020 – 10.00-17.00
31.12.2020 – 10.00-17.00
NB! 04.01.2021- 10.00-17.00
Ticket sales end 30 minutes before the museum closes.
Enjoy the exhibition at the Seaplane Harbour in Estonian, English or Russian! Materials in other languages are available from the desk.
You can get around comfortably in the museum with a pram or wheelchair.
The Seaplane Harbour is large and interesting. Therefore we recommend that you allow at least two hours for your visit!
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Due to the state of emergency in the country the museum is closed until May, 1 2020, if not reconsidered sooner. All events during this time period are postponed or cancelled.
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