A small museum but you can walk to see it. If you walk from City Hall you will pass Battery Prison. For me this object is more interesting. But if you have time to go and see
It is a ship museum in Tallinn. The most famous one here is the EML Lembit, one of the two Calef-like submarines built before World War II in the Republic of Estonia. Here you can learn about the history and achievements of this warship.
remote. Time planning is good and it is worth seeing. This is a former Soviet warship houseboat. After the government obtained the ownership in 2006, after three years of transformation, this dilapidated place was transformed into a modern marine aircraft exhibition hall. The interior is cool~
Very good exhibition halls and museums for maritime affairs, and traces of the Soviet Union still exist.
Estonia, with a population of only over 1 million, has a very important position in the Baltic Sea. There is a maritime museum in Tallinn, where you can see the country’s military equipment for maritime affairs, including ships, various torpedoes, mines, and deep-sea bombs. An icebreaker and a submarine are still anchored in the port here. Tourists can board and visit for free, and some of the daily necessities that have been kept until now can be seen in some cabins. In the museum, you can see many ingeniously designed deep-sea appliances. Through a variety of different information devices, you can also experience virtual and real scenes. The most attractive thing here is the submarine in the center. When you enter it, you can learn about the lives of underwater workers through the button boxes in different languages.