Estonian Aviation Museum
As a technical area interest centre the Estonian Aviation Museum (EAM) advocates the engineering education. EAM activities are first of all directed to school pupils, students, conscripts and young families.
25 aircrafts and helicopters in the outside exposition represent the European and American aviation technique, there are also anti-aircraft guns and the representatives of all surface-to-air missiles that were located on the Estonian territory during the Soviet occupation. The inside exposition presents over 400 high-quality models of aircrafts, helicopters and missiles.
There are also various attractions offering emotions and discovery – trampolines, parachute jumping, American mountains and piloting simulators, and a 20m-high-jump trampoline. In EAM It is possible to organize lectures, company and family events. You are welcome! There is a lot of discovery delight for everybody!
Estonian Aviation Days
By today the well-established tradition – annual Estonian Aviation Days – is a largest aviational event in the Baltics. In the Aviation Museum these days take place since 2006.
Estonian Aviation Days 2017 will take place on 3.-4. June 2017 on the territory of Estonian Aviation Museum and in the air above it. This year the main organizers are Estonian Aviation Museum and Estonian Aviation Academy.
As a rule, the programme of Aviation Days is varied – there are performances of aerobatic celebrities, flights of Air Force and PPA aircrafts and helicopters, wingsuit fliers, motorized hang gliders, parachutists, etc.; there are primary presentations of aviation technique, multitude of attractions, playrooms and interest tents. The preliminary programme schedule will appear soon.
Foundation Estonian Aviation Museum
Veskiorg, Lange, Haaslava vald, 62115 Tartumaa
Museum is opened from April 29th till November. Until October every day 10.00-18.00, in October 11.00-16.00. In ohter times, as an exception, group visits with beforehand notice. Аbout group visits please call beforehand on telephone +372 5026712 or e-mail:[email protected]