The Seaplane Harbour will open in Tallinn on May 11th 2012
Baltic Travel Group
The Seaplane Harbour is a new maritime museum that
will open in Tallinn on May 11th 2012. The museum comprises of more than a
couple of hundred large exhibits in unique seaplane hangars. The Seaplane Harbour is a treasure chest of marine
history that hides incredible stories from above, below and on the water!
Seaplane hangars are architecturally unique – the first big shell concrete shells in the world
were built as part of Peter the Great's Naval Fortress in 1916-1917. The brand
new museum combines new and old, land and sea, and you are welcome to arrive to
the harbour by land or on board your own vessel.
Legends come to life – Submarine Lembit, the Suur Tõll steam icebreaker
(Toell the Great, in English), the Short Type 184 seaplane, and other
life-sized exhibits are waiting for you.
exhibition gives you a chance to participate in maritime
history and as well as allowing you to test yourself and learn more about the
A great experience for the whole family – an around-the-world journey on the Yellow
Submarine, an aquarium, games, a cafeteria, the harbour, and many more exciting
things to see and do both indoors and outdoors.