Opening times


Opening hours of the Seaplane Harbour:

October–April: Tue–Sun, 10.00–18.00.

May-September: Mon–Sun, 10.00-19.00

The museum can be visited upon presenting the COVID certificates which involve proof of vaccination or proof of having had COVID-19 no longer than 180 days ago. A valid identity document must be presented. Young people from the age of 12 years and three months have to present a certificate in order to participate in the activities. Children can also use negative PCR or antigen test results. 

Everyone 12 years of age or older must wear a mask.

Opening times during 2021-2022 holidays:

24.12.2021- CLOSED

25.12.2021- 10.00-17.00

26.12.2021- 10.00-17.00

31.12.2021- 10.00-17.00

01.01.2022- 10.00-17.00

24.02.2022- 10.00-17.00

15.04.2022 – 10.00-17.00

17.04.2022 – 10.00-17.00

01.05.2022- 10.00-17.00

05.06.2022- 10.00-17.00

23.06.2022- 10.00-17.00

24.06.2022- 10.00-17.00

20.08.2022- 10.00-17.00

24.12.2022- CLOSED

25.12.2021- 10.00-17.00

26.12.2022- CLOSED

31.12.2022- 10.00-17.00

01.01.2023- 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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Vesilennuki tee 6, Tallinn

Open Tue–Sun 10–18. Closed on Mondays. 24.12 closed; 25.-26.12, 31.12 & 1.1.2022 open 10-17.

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