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Energy Discovery Centre is a unique electricity and energy themed family science centre where you can discover, play and learn! You can discover the secrets of the 101-year-old power plant and more than 100 interactive exhibits. Opportunity to...more
If you are in to science this is the place to be. There are a lot of interactive exhibits and you won't get bored of them. There are also live shows at various hours. For us it was a great place to visit and shouldn't...More
The Energy Discovery Centre is a nice place to visit with kids of all ages.
Exhibits from the lower floors will allow them to touch, play and observe.
Upper floor is the old engine room, interesting and you can enjoy some electrical experiments shows (check...More
Look, it was included in my Tallinn card, so I said what the heck. I asked if this is more for kids (because mainly kids were around), and I got a response "it's for everyone" (I think they tell them to say that). So I...More
Tallinn is a small town and we walked up to the Energy Discovery Centre at the 'top' of the town with our 5 year old. Plenty to see and do there. A great static electricity demo every 2 hours, a space ship interactive take off...More
The most I like that it is not an usual museum, you can really put your hands on and discover new things. But at the same time I cannot call it as a science centre cause there are lots of old exhibits, poor planetarium.
We visited this place with high expectations but we didnt like the place.It was boring, too expensive. We tried everything but nothing special. Maybe when you are first time in science centre then you could like it.
The 5-year old had a really nice time at this place, trying everything she could see. We were a couple of grown ups who joined in on the fun and all had a pretty good time for a little more than 1.5 hours. It was...More
The exhibitions are educational and informative, and some parts of it are really fun! But the admission price is too dear for what you get. For that money, I'd rather visit the Seaplane harbour museum. There's a planetarium inside, that we really wanted to check...More
EDC was a big positive surprise in Tallinn. It´s little hard to find (google map!) but absolutely worth to visit. There is lot to do - specifically do! - for children but also for adults. Old heavy machines are in some way even beautiful. Let´s...More