The Hiiumaa Military Museum is managed by MTÜ Hiiumaa Militaarajalooselts. The museum was opened on August 9th 2007.
Open from May 15 to September 15
Tuesday to Sunday
10.00 – 18.00
Admission 3.00 EUR Concessions 1.50 EUR
+372 5347 9819
Recipient: Hiiumaa Militaarajalooselts
SEB Bank IBAN: EE171010220044620012
Off-season visits only with previous arrangements
+372 5347 9819
Hiiu vald, Tahkuna.
Kärdla-Kõrgessaare maanteelt 9 kilomeetrit Tahkuna poole. Muuseumi jääb Tahkuna teest vasakule, teeotsas on viit "Militaarmuuseum 0,1".
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The EHE-mark was awarded to Militaarloodusmatk Tahkunas(Military nature hike in Tahkuna)
EHE(Ehtne ja huvitav Eesti – Genuine and Interesting Estonia)-mark is a quality mark to label tourism products in compliance with the principles of eco tourism
The Hiiumaa Military Museum was established in 2007 in the former border guard station of Tahkuna.
The museum takes pride in its collection of coastal defence cannons – featuring 180 mm, 130 mm and 100 mm cannon barrels. The outdoor exhibition includes armoured personnel carriers BTR-70, BRDM-2, ZIL-157, GAZ-66 and other vehicles, a reconstruction of the border strip, civil defence shelter, border guard speedboat, sea mines, anti-tank gun, border guard viewing platform, radar and radio masts. The diesel house features a fully equipped diesel generator, as well as fuel tanks and canisters. In the museum's main building, the preserved marine observation radar, in use until 2005, still stands in its original place. The museum has held exhibitions of cannon projectiles and shell casings, helmets, hats and uniforms, communication devices, educational posters, and civil defence equipment. It also has a furnished barracks corner with an iron bunk bed, a Communist dedication corner and an armoury.