Lighthouses

Naissaar Lighthouse
The island of Naissaar has been the seamark for vessels traveling towards Tallinn over the Gulf of Finland for a long time. In 1788, the first wooden lighthouses were built in the northern and southern tips of Naissaar. The current tower was finished in 1960. The tower, built of reinforced concrete...
Pakri lighthouse
This lighthouse is situated on the north-western tip of the Pakri peninsula on a high slate bluff marking the water's edge of a very important shipping lane along the northern coast. A similar structure has stood here since the time of Swedish rule. A new slate lighthouse was ordered to be erected...
Suurupi lower lighthouse
The lighthouse, which is shaped like a four-sided truncated pyramid and has a slab roof, was completed in 1859. Suurupi lower lighthouse is the oldest working wooden lighthouse in northern Europe and is among the 100 most valuable operating historic lighthouses of the International Association of...
Juminda Lighthouse
The lighthouse at the northers part of the Juminda Peninsula on the northern coast helps ships navigate. The first carbide lamp was installed in 1931, the new 24 m standard lighthouse with a 2 m diameter was built in 1937, this lighthouse was 32 metres above the sea level. As the lighthouse was...
Suurupi upper lighthouse
The oldest working lighthouse in mainland Estonia is open for visitors! The cylinder-shaped limestone lighthouse was built in 1760 to make it possible for ships to find shelter from storms between Naissaar Island and Suurupi. The lighthouse is 22 metres tall and the balcony, which is 63 meters...