This maritime museum, opened in 2012, is a must-see for every fan of submarines, ships, marine artillery, and seaplanes. The main attraction of this museum is 1936 submarine Lembit. The museum is located in an old seaplane harbour, so you’ll definitely feel as if you are visiting a real military base.
Rocca Al Mare Open Air Museum is located close to Tallinn center, in a beautiful setting. surrounded by trees. This museum has 74 old buildings, which reflect the lives of Estonian villagers in the 18th-20th century. There is a church, a school, and many houses of people with different income, so you’ll be able to see the whole picture of how Estonians lived a couple of centuries ago.
Located in Kuressaare Bishop’s castle, Saaremaa Museum is a must-visit place while on Saaremaa’s island. You’ll be able to see exhibits from many different eras, visit an old cellar, walk in narrow passages, and relax in the park just outside of the castle.