Photo Hunt on Board the Suur Tõll

ST_kaaperdus The Photo Hunt is an exciting and educative team-building game that will take the participants to a trip into the history of the Suur Tõll. The game, which is not without a competitive aspect, is well suited for groups of friends as well as organisations to refresh teamwork.

In the beginning, the group will be divided into teams of up to 5 members. Each team will get a photo album containing old photos, legends and pieces of information. The teams will have to locate the places depicted on the photos within the ship, re-stage the scene on the photo and then take a picture of it. Additionally, at each point of the competition, they will have to answer three quiz questions. The exhibition in the ship, the ship’s crew and the team’s own smartphones can be used as lifelines.

The Photo Hunt will be followed by a summary of the results and the announcement of the quiz winners. This, in turn, will be followed by a meal prepared by the cooks of the ship’s kitchen.

In order to make your stay on board the Suur Tõll a most pleasant experience, please wear comfortable clothes and footwear. The ladies are asked to leave high heels at home.

  • Group size: 12−30 persons
  • Available languages: Estonian, English, Russian, Finnish
  • Duration: approximately 2 hours in total (60 minutes for the programme, 30 minutes for the summary and 30 minutes for the meal)
  • Price: € 25 per person
  • Menu: creamy smoked Baltic herring soup OR lentil soup with a bit of caraway; onion pie; layered dessert with roast bread and quark; coffee/tea/water. Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages available for extra charge.

Included in the price are the programme, catering according to the menu and an unguided tour of the ship after the end of the programme.

The price does not include admission to the Seaplane Hangars.

Other terms:

  • The Photo Hunt can start on any hour and should be booked at least 5 days in advance.
  • The program take place during the opening hours
  • The group will assemble and meet the programme guide by the desk of the Seaplane Hangars.
  • You can pay for the Photo Hunt beforehand at the desk of the Seaplane Harbour, or according to the invoice from the Maritime Museum.
  • Please come in time. If a group is late, the organiser will reserve the right to postpone the programme to the next hour or half-hour.

Information and booking:
Kristi Hürri, kristi@meremuuseum.ee/meremuuseum-2, +372 50 496 23

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