The Estonian Nautical Museum (Estonian: Eesti Meremuuseum) is located at the northern entrance of the Old City of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. It is in a large cylindrical building on the side of the entrance gate. The museum displays some ship collections and the history of Estonian navigation. Tickets are 6 euros for adults and 3 euros for students. It is worth visiting if you have time.
The Estonian Nautical Museum is next to a city gate in Tallinn’s Old Town, and was originally a powder magazine. The red round building, also known as Fat Margret, is a famous attraction in Tallinn’s Old Town. Here is an introduction to the history of sailing in Estonia, as well as many models of ships. There is also a viewing platform on the top floor, where you can see the old town and port of Tallinn.
Here you can learn about the maritime history of Estonia, and the viewing platform is also good.