Seaplane Harbour Museum
From one of Europe's most celebrated maritime museums comes "Mayday. Mayday. Mayday." a search-and-rescue exhibition all about sea rescue operations. The exhibits are full sized and hands-on including a real rescue helicopter which you can climb inside. Check out this special exhibit from March 24th, 2017, in addition to the mesmerising permanent displays.
In the Old Town of Tallinn at the permanent exhibition in the Adamson-Eric Museum, you can enjoy an art experience in a new and innovative way. Through the mediation of the NUMU Smart Museum app, Adamson-Eric's alter ego Hugo will introduce museum visitors to the artist's life via his paintings, which come to life on the smart device. Children can explore the display through the game Bring Back the Sun, in which they have to release the golden sun locked inside a mysterious night-stand. Adults and high school students can take the tour Joy Despite Politics, which tells the story of how the political situation in the first half of the 20th century influenced the life of the artist Adamson-Eric. The adventure offers the whole family a fun afternoon at the museum while they learn something new.
Estonian Museum of Natural History
One of the most innovative exhibitions in Estonia, "Secrets of ancient sea" invites you on a journey of the Estonian seabed spanning half a billion years. Viewers follow the evolution of the climate, plants and animals of the region. Under the same roof at the Estonian Museum of Natural History check out "Our Baltic Sea", which introduces the sea creature ecosystem and the role of humans in it. Both exhibits are open until March 2018. You don't have to be a botanist to appreciate the legendary mushroom showcase from September 15th to 24th, 2017 featuring over 100 fascinating types of fungi from the Estonian forests.