Estonian Maritime Museum, Tallinn

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Estonian Maritime Museum, Tallinn - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Pikk 70, 10133 Tallinn, Estonia

Phone: +372-6411408

Ticket Price: 14 EUR

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Time Required: 00:30 Mins

Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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Located in the Fat Margaret Tower in the old town of Tallinn, the Estonian Maritime Museum showcases the history of navigation and ships used in the country and is part of the Seaplane Harbour museum that has a fine collection of real ships and seaplanes used in war.

The Fat Margaret Tower itself dates back to the 16th century and has a historic importance of its own. The view from the rooftop is the perfect way to end the visit.

Estonian Maritime Museum Ticket Prices

Admission Fee:

  • Adult: Euros 16
  • Family Ticket: Euros 30
  • Students: Euros 8

How To reach Estonian Maritime Museum by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Linnahall
  • By Light Rail/ Tram: Linnahall
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Car / Bike.

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  • Interesting for history lovers but don't forget to visit main attraction - Lennusadam

  • The current ground-floor exhibit on finds of ancient Viking burials and such is quite interesting. The maritime section is also cool, but much of it is not in English, as that portion of the museum was created before the fall of the USSR. Beautiful view of the harbor from the roof, as well as coffee and ice cream. Costs (I think) 6€ for adults, less for students and kids.

  • Very interesting place. Text in English in addition to Estonian and Russia would make it more interesting!

  • Pretty basic museum otherwise with a lot of the exhibitions in only Estonian and Russian, but the Viking exhibition on the ground floor was interesting and beautifully built. The admission was only 3€ with a student card and well worth it.

  • Absolutely fantastic maritime museum in the old seaplane base. Recently and lovingly restored and now a state of the art facility. You get to go inside an Estonian submarine - how many people in the world can say they've done that? A real must if you're in Tallinn.

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