Tallinn’s Seaplane Harbour
was originally built in 1916-17 to facilitate the naval fortress of Peter the Great. The Seaplane hangar was reconstructed into a museum from 2010-12 and was the first concrete shell of this size in the world to be renovated. With its architecturally unique hangars, the harbour today facilitates Europe’s most exciting exhibition centre offering a unique interactive experience for the whole family.
Estonian Maritime Museum
This is a great opportunity for the whole family to learn about historical events and technical matters about boats and airplanes, and at the same time, you can have fun with engaging activities. This is a museum like no other. You can participate in thrilling interactive indoor and outdoor activities, such as going inside a submarine and flight simulators, sail with miniature ships, or explore the aquarium. The Estonian Maritime Museum offers a comprehensive tour throughout the history of maritime and air warfare, all the way up to the contemporary era. In addition to this, you can also learn about the Estonian costal culture and to see the biggest icebreaker ship in the world.
Relax with City Views
After experiencing all the exciting activities and expeditions inside the maritime museum, take time to sit down and relax at the café and restaurant and enjoy the view of Tallinn’s harbour while enjoying Estonian costal cuisine.
From the Park Inn by Radisson Central Tallinn
, you can easily reach Seaplane Harbour, just 10 minutes by car or 20 minutes by public transport. It is also a nice walk and will take you 30 minutes on foot. The hotel is located in the heart of the city within close proximity to all the historical and cultural highlights, as well as exciting interactive activities at the Seaplane Harbour.