Goes through obstacles easily and clears the road for his team mates.
The reader of dreams
Dazzling light and power of thought.
Is able to move even the heaviest things.
A hypnotiser, a stretcher. A bridge between other characters.
Is able to be in several places at once.
Skypark started out in 2009 as the first trampoline centre in Europe on Pärnu maantee street in Tallinn. In its nine years of business, the visitor numbers have constantly increased. Throughout this time, we have exported the unique Skypark concept to Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine and Russia, and consulting and designing the centres established in these countries. The last centre destination founded on the example in Estonia was in Iceland. Now, we have taken all the experience and ideas gathered over the years back to the home country to open a whole new level indoor family entertainment centre in the region – the Super Skypark.
The Super Skypark aims to be the best family entertainment centre in the region, boosting Estonia’s reputation as a destination for family tourism, being the most visited venue in Estonia, a desirable employer and sustainable both ecologically and financially.
The Super Skypark offers lots of fun supported with safety, care and development as our core values.
broaden the horizons and the room for playing,
provide options for development and the release of endorphins,
save you from your routines and virtual reality,
celebrate joy and direct interaction,
offer a safe and active pastime and positive emotions in all weather throughout the year,
while being a great family tourism destination in the region.
Operated by Taevapark OÜ, SuperSkypark is the region’s largest indoor family entertainment centre. Our unique-in-Europe rooftop observation wheel adds spice to Tallinn’s classic skyline and opens the city from a completely new viewpoint at 120 metres above sea level.
The Super Skypark will boost Estonia’s reputation as a destination for family tourism and will attract at least 45,000 new visitors to Tallinn annually, creating over 80 new jobs.
The European Regional Development Fund supported the observation wheel project with 1.44 million Euro.