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
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    TripAdvisor logo tripadvisor rating 4.5 of 5

    based on 46 reviews

    • Fun experience

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      August 6, 2022 By Resefeber

      This place offers a fun experience for kids and adults alike. Lots of VR exhibits/experiences and much to learn about physics and science. There was lots to explore for kids, also younger ones had a... Read more comments

    • Must visit

      tripadvisor rating 4 of 5
      June 26, 2022 By Lauris k

      The running and loud children were a little bit overwhelming. Some exhibits were out of order. But all in all it was a great experience for adults, especially for the first time using VR! We will... Read more comments

    • Highly Recommended

      tripadvisor rating 5 of 5
      December 28, 2021 By travelsnobFortMyers

      We had a blast at this attraction. The equipment was in good working order. It wasn’t too crowded. Staff were helpful. There was a good variety of things to experience. The decor is really cool. The... Read more comments