The seaplane harbour (“Lennusadam”) is part of the Estonian Maritime Museum (together with the museum ship Suur Tõll and the maritime museum in Fat Margaret tower in the old town) and boasts a very interesting interactive exhibition focused on a few key moments in
Estonian maritime history.
In the museum you will find the stories of the crew of the submarine Lembit, as well as stories from the thousands of people who fled the Soviet Union during and after the second world war.
Other points of interest include an overview of mines, minesweeping, ice-sailing, an exhibit of officer’s costumes you can try on yourself, a flight simulator and much more.
Lennusadam is deifnitely one of the top museums of Estonia at the moment, and it definitely deserves a visit.
Find more information about Lennusadam on their website.