Seaplane Harbour closed for repairs January 8-May 12, 2024

The renowned Seaplane Harbour, an integral part of the Estonian Maritime Museum, is set to undergo a transformative facelift, marking an exciting chapter in its rich history. Nestled within its iconic seaplane hangars, the Seaplane Harbour houses the historic Lembit submarine, a vast array of boats, yachts, and naval artillery, making it a maritime treasure trove.

This historic venue, cherished not only for its naval artefacts but also for its capacity to host spectacular gala dinners and receptions, is a favorite choice for event organisers in Tallinn. Its grandeur allows it to welcome up to an impressive 1,500 guests for receptions and 700 guests for seated dinners, making it the ultimate choice for unforgettable gatherings.

However, in anticipation of delivering an even more exceptional experience to visitors and event planners alike, the Seaplane Harbour will temporarily close its doors from January 8 to May 12, 2024. During this period, the venue will undergo a series of comprehensive repairs and renovations to enhance its infrastructure and preserve its historical charm.

This temporary closure may come as a disappointment to those who have been planning events at this iconic location, but the wait will undoubtedly be worth it. The rejuvenated Seaplane Harbour will continue to stand as a testament to Tallinn’s maritime heritage while offering even more spectacular event possibilities.

Stay tuned for updates on the progress of these exciting renovations, and prepare to witness the Seaplane Harbour’s magnificent transformation when it reopens to the public in May 2024.


Riine Tiigi

Marketing Manager