Tallinn Old Town, which is part of UNESCO world cultural heritage, is full of exciting museums and architecture. Kiek in de Kök Bastion Passages and the Sea Plane Harbour nearby are popular family attractions. In Autumn 2018, Super Skypark will open its door and offer great fun in the biggest family entertainment centre in Estonia with its 6000 m2, and it has the biggest trampoline arena in Europe, a 10 meter climbing area with chutes and slides, science centre, 360 degrees 4D and interactive 7D cinema and 17 birthday rooms with a panorama view. In addition, one can enjoy the most unique ride in Europe on a Ferris wheel on the roof with a view of Tallinn from a height of 120 meters. The year 2019 will see the opening of the Maritime Museum Fat Margarete which is currently under renovation and the fantasy world VR attraction Revisiting the Future built inside of a 100-year-old submarine factory where it gives visitors a look inside the industrial revolution.
As a great example of an Estonian, Arvo Pärt – the most performed living composer in the world – is one of the main reasons to visit Estonia and get to know him and his creation better. 25 km from Tallinn, Arvo Pärt Centre with a unique architecture that blends with nature will open in October 2018.
Two of the biggest attractions in Southern Estonia are located in Tartu. The Estonian National Museum is a modern museum that introduces the history and culture of Estonia, and it received the Kenneth Hudson Award at the European Museum Forum of 2018. For years, the AHHAA Science Centre has been the favourite place to visit for both Estonians and our neighbours. But you will gain a completely unique experience in the Mooska smoke sauna that has found refuge in the UNESCO cultural heritage list and has also been depicted in the travel section of New York Times.