The most exciting European museum is located in the Seaplane Harbour, where the exhibition in the historical seaplane hangars tells you stories from under the water, on the water and above the water.
The dignified icebreaker Suur Tõll stands by the pier; in 2014, it celebrates its 100th birthday. The ship has been restored to its original exterior and interior state. Laevaköök, which serves dishes from a 100-year-old menu of the ship's crew, is open during the summer months.
There's a wonderful view overlooking the Port of Tallinn from the Seaplane Harbour. You can end your day on the outdoor terrace of café Maru or in the nautical-themed museum shop.
We visited the Seaplane Museum on the advice of our taxi driver, and only because we had wandered relatively close to it while exploring. We had expected to see some rusty plane floats and a few...
Fantastic museum. If you are interested to see a real submarine etc, do not miss this museum. Plus, the building is great. Hard to believe it was built almost a undred years ago.
I'm not particularly interested in ships or sailing, so I visited Seaplan Harbour only on Tripadvisor recommendations. And it blew my mind! The building is a proper 21st century museum, modern and...