Tickets

 AdultsChildren aged 9–18/ students/ISIC/ITIC *Family Ticket **
Seaplane Harbour Combined Ticket + temporary exhibition (the Hangar + museum ships "Suur Tõll" & "Valvas")15 €8 €30 €
Maritime Museum Combined Ticket ( Seaplane Harbour + Fat Margaret)****25 € 12 €45 €
Museum ships, "Suur Tõll" & "Valvas"6 €3 €12 €
MM KAART ***55 € 30 € (80 €

Audiotour 2 €

Children aged 8 and under are admitted free of charge.

* student card must be presented

** The Family Ticket will include up to 2 adults and their children aged 18 years or under.

*** Unlimited number of visits within one year after the date of purchasing the card. Check out the special offers and discounts which come with the MM KAART!

**** Single entry within one week after the date of purchasing the ticket.

 

A 10% discount will apply for groups with 10 or more persons. The discount is not available for Family Tickets.

 

A visit to the Seaplane Harbour will include

  1. the Seaplane Hangar’s exhibition(s)
  2. the Suur Tõll and the Valvas

Admission to the Estonian Maritime Museum is free for

  • owners of the Tallinn Card; https://www.visittallinn.ee/eng/tallinncard
  • children under 16 with a disability (please provide a certificate) and an accompanying person
  • persons aged 16 or older with a profound or severe disability (please provide a certificate) and an accompanying person
  • military personnel and conscripts wearing a uniform of the Republic of Estonia
  • tour guides trained and certified in the Estonian Maritime Museum
  • employees of Estonian museums (please provide your employment certificate)
  • owners of the ICOM Card
  • owners of a press card
  • owners of the WFTGA Cultour Card
  • teachers accompanying participants in museum lessons (1 adult per every 6 preschoolers or every 10 pupils)
  • bus drivers accompanying groups (up to 2 bus drivers per group)

News

Photo gallery: The reception for the tenth anniversary of the Seaplane Harbour brought together more than 400 museum friends

12 May marked the tenth anniversary of the opening of the Seaplane Hangar of the Seaplane Harbour as a maritime museum. The Estonian Maritime Museum invited its employees and partners to a festive reception.

13. May

The Estonian Maritime Museum plans to preserve the Lootsi shipwreck in the Ship Hall of the Seaplane Harbour

The Estonian Maritime Museum has started preparations for preserving the Lootsi shipwreck. If everything goes as planned, the conservation of one of the largest wrecks in Northern Europe can also be observed in the Ship Hall.

10. May

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Contact

Bookings:+372 6200 550 (Mon–Fri 9–17), except on national holidays
booking@meremuuseum.ee
Vesilennuki tee 6, Tallinn

Open Mon–Sun 10–19; June 5th 10-17

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