Estonian Maritime Museum, Tallinn

Currently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
  • Address: Pikk 70, 10133 Tallinn, Estonia
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +372-6411408
  • Ticket Price: 14 EUR
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Museum, History Museum, Historical Site
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About Estonian Maritime Museum, Tallinn

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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Estonian Maritime Museum, Tallinn Reviews

  • This museum is housed within the large stronghold in the old town wall called Fat Margaret. the museum is a multi-story building with lots of interesting exhibits. when you reach the top of the tower you can climb out on top of it and survey the surrounding views which mostly look over the post area just outside of old town.

  • Worth a trip mainly to visit the historic Fat Margaret tower. The exhibit itself is okay, but not that interesting to a casual visitor. There's a rooftop terrace where you can get a great 360 view of Tallinn and take some photos. Overall I would visit only if you are a maritime history enthusiast or have some time to kill; otherwise, the main exhibit at the Seaplan Harbour is much more worth the time.

  • Interesting and informative. A lot of artifacts is related, in fact, to the history of Russian navy, since Tallinn (Reval) played an important part as a naval base during the Russian Empire times. So those who're interested in Russian Navy history shouldn't miss it.

  • Very educational closed for renovation. Go to Lennusadam instead.

  • I am not sure how this museum has such high reviews. We went here by mistake thinking we were going to the much larger and more impressive maritime museum down by the harbor. ***NOTE VERY LITTLE OF THIS MUSEUM IS IN ENGLISH*** There also wasn't anything large/impressive or interactive inside, just some tiny boat replicas and old boat parts. The only good thing about this museum is the rooftop view overlooking the city since we went in the if a city view is worth 6 euros to you, then yeah i'd say you should visit...just don't waste your time trying to go through the museum if you don't speak estonian or russian

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