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Lennusadam Tickets

4.7 (36 reviews)

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Cristian,  Italy Italy
17 Dec 2023
Good
Using the card was easy and it gives you a good amounts of museums and extra discounts.. Problem is that in 48hrs you do not have the time to use it for the same amount of the price you payed for....
Using the card was easy and it gives you a good amounts of museums and extra discounts.. Problem is that in 48hrs you do not have the time to use it for the same amount of the price you payed for. Cheaper paying the entrance ticket
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Emmanouil ,  Greece Greece
11 Dec 2023
Good
Πολύ ωραία εμπειρία Αξίζει την επίσκεψη Μεγάλος χώρος με πολλά να δεις Είχε την πλάκα του
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Martine ,  France France
04 Dec 2023
Excellent
Très simple et on n'hésite pas à rentrer dans les musées très nombreux. Je recommande.
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About: Lennusadam

The Lennusadam seaplane harbor on the Tallinn coast exhibits various decommissioned naval vessels and maritime artifacts from Estonia's past. It is located close to the Memorial for the Departed.

Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Lennusadam
Vesilennuki 6, 15199, Tallinn
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