Attractions & museums

    PROTO Invention Factory

    Can you imagine a walk in the heart of the Earth or on the bottom of the ocean? What about a ride with the world's first car, steam train or hot air balloon? You can do so at PROTO! In the historic Noblessner foundry, centuries-old scientific achievements and prototypes come to life with the help of virtual reality goggles.

    PROTO Invention Factory brings together virtual reality, science and the world of fantasy. The family-friendly centre is both entertaining as well as educational: thanks to the hands-on exhibits, you can explore physics and technology from an entirely new angle and experience things that you might not dare to try in real life! 

    The VR experience starts with some brief instructions and is suitable for all ages and abilities.

    In addition to the high-tech exhibits, PROTO also has a children's area with plenty of clever and fun activities for tiny explorers.

    Free entrance with Tallinn Card

    TripAdvisor® Traveler Reviews

    TripAdvisor logo tripadvisor rating 4.5 of 5

    based on 39 reviews

    • Really fun afternoon as a family of 2 adults and 2 kids

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      August 17, 2021 By MB_192018

      A clever well layed out museum. Lots for all ages and interests. Great cafe too and good covid safety. It happened to be a rainy afternoon in Tallinn so it was the perfect indoor activity.

    • Must visit with kids!

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      July 31, 2021 By ilm_rs_2018

      Very, very cool place. Located in to the Noblessner district, which a are very close to central Tallinn. We visited this place with 2 kids (3 & 10 y.o.) and we easily spent there 4 hours. The main... Read more comments

    • Excellent value for money and service

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      August 2, 2020 By MMA502912

      Party of 4 aged 15-57 had an excellent afternoon even though was particularly looking forward to it. The receptionist guy was very helpful and gave us the best ticket deal. Activities were varied... Read more comments