Hara Submarine base - A mystical and fascinating experience
In a way, border guard or tax and customs authorities already existed in this area during the tsarist rule. A border guard cordon was situated on the tip of the cape across from Hara island, that was in active use both during tsarist rule and the period of independence before the Second World War. During the occupation it was taken over by Soviet military and a military port was established, that is known today as the Hara Submarine Base or demagnetizing base.
Opening hours and rules
We are open from June to August Mon-Sun 11-20, from September to May Sat-Sun 11-18. Ticket office closes 30 minutes before closing time.
For visiting Hara Submarine Base at a time not mentioned above, contact us by phone (+372) 56 900 433, e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Facebook (@harahaven).
Guidelines for visiting the attractions are listed HERE.
Exposition and tickets
We introduce you the history of the base and offer an opportunity to take a walk on the berth and in the ruins of the buildings.
Keep the ticket until the end of the visit.
Service provider reserves the right to change the exposition opening times and prices. Visitors must present all documents needed to prove their right to discounts.
Tailored discovery tours
We offer discovery tours to the former submarine base and the nearby military base, to the island of Hara and on the Juminda peninsula.
The route is set up according to your preferences. We also offer catering service.
Please send an e-mail to email@example.com with the following information, so we can make the best offer to you:
- your forename and surname and the name of the company, if the tour is ordered by a company;
- e-mail address and phone number;
- number of adults and children participating in the tour;
- language (Estonian, Russian or English) used by our tour guide;
- distance (1 km, up to 3 km, more than 3 km) and length (in hours) of the tour;
- is catering included or not.