Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour
Lennusadam Seaplane Harbour – this is another museum that highlights Estonia’s connection to the sea. Its highlights include seaplane hangars that were initially built as part of the naval fortress of Peter the Great in 1916-1917, the Lembit Submarine (the world’s only surviving mine-laying submarine from the 1930s), a full-size replica of the British seaplane Short 184, the steam ship Suur Toll (the largest icebreaker in the world), and the recovered 16th century sunken ship, the Maasilinn (discovered by marine archaeologists in 1985). Admission: €10 (adult), €5 (students / children), €20 (family), free for children under 8 years (note: there’s an additional charge for special exhibits). Hours: 10 am – 7 pm (October – April); 10 am – 7 pm (May – September).