As a part of the Estonian Maritime Museum, the Seaplane Harbour is one of the most exciting museums in the region.
The Seaplane hangars are architecturally unique in the whole World. The complex was initially completed as part of “the Peter the Greats Naval Fortress”in 1916-1917. The new museum combines both past and present, land and sea.
Currently in the museum is displayed exibition Sea in the Wardrobe. It is an exhibition on the encounter of people with the sea and the encounter of the sea with what is in our wardrobes.
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Kumu – Art Lives Here!
The Kumu Art Museum is the headquarters and a branch of the Art Museum of Estonia (Museum of Estonia until 1928), which was built to be a multifunctional contemporary art museum and to also satisfy the need for conserving and exhibiting the world’s largest collection of Estonian art, which is comprised of 60,000 works.
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St. Olav’s Church tower
The 13th-century St. Olav’s Church in Tallinn Old Town once boasted the tallest spire in the whole world. Nowadays the 124-metre steeple still dwarfs most of Tallinn’s buildings and remains an important symbol of the town. After a vigorous climb (only April-October) to the top of the stone portion of the tower, visitors are rewarded with a magnificent and dizzying view of all of Old Town, Toompea hill and the port.
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Energy discovery centre
Energy discovery centre houses permanent exhibitions on seven different themes and a seasonal exhibition. The current seasonal exhibition is geometry themed.
There are 130 interactive hands-on exhibits that introduce history of energetics, the discovery of electricity, lightning, renewable energy, nuclear energy, voice, sounds and optics.
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Tallinn Zoo holds the best collection of mountain goats and sheep in the world. There’s an outstanding number of eagles and vultures and a remarkable collection of owl and crane species. As to other animal groups, the choice is more modest. However, Tallinn Zoo claims without boasting that during their existence of a bit more than 70 years they have managed to assemble the most fascinating zoo collection in Northern Europe and achieved significant success in the reproduction of their nurselings.
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