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Lennusadam (Seaplane Harbour) is a maritime museum in the Estonian capital Tallinn. It is located in an old warehouse for seaplanes. It is managed by the Maritime Museum of Estonia. The museum is divided into three floors that all have a theme. The themes are: "in the air", "on the water" and "under the water". Several ships have been exhibited in the museum, including the submarine Lembit from 1934, the 16th century wreck Maasilinn and the icebreaker Suur Tõll. There is also a replica of a seaplane from the Second World War.

Seaplane Harbour
Lennusadam, Vesilennuki Street 6, Kalamaja
10 415 Tallinn

Museum type(s)

Nature & Natural History



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Opening hours

October–April: Tue–Sun, 10.00–18.00

May–September: Mon–Sun, 10.00–19.00

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9 - 18 €8.00
Tallinn Card Free
Adults €15.00
Family €30.00


The Family Ticket will include up to 2 adults and their children aged 18 years or under.

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Lennusadam, Vesilennuki Street 6, Kalamaja, Tallinn, Estonia


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