We visited here with our young family and it was an excellent museum. It is a good size so not overwhelming yet still plenty to see and do. Lots of things to touch & handle as well, which always goes down well with the kids. The stories of the local whale industry, and in particular Old Tom, are fascinating. Disappointing... 更多
Really interesting, I knew nothing of the history so fascinating, you read between the lines in some of what you are told, horrific injuries inflicted on the Whales. Good place to while away a morning, very hot in the converted oil drum theatres so would probably not advise visiting in the afternoons.
Loads of things to see and explore, I was lucky enough that the lighthouse was open during my visit and I got to go up! The staff and volunteers were helpful and warm! There were children around and they seem to have a great time too!
Great to check this out. We did on a rainy day cos we aren't indoor people and don't usually like museums but this was a great bit of history as I'm very interested in whales. It's also good to support the locals and learn about orcas and their relationships with humans! Worth a visit and kids would like this too!
Have wanted to come here for years since reading a book as a child about the killers of Eden and finally got the chance to stop here. Was very interesting about the history of the killer whales and the implication on Eden. Displays informative and well put together. If your interested in the killer whales of Eden then this is... 更多
So much to see, so much history to read up on, a small theatre constantly showing the history of the area and the early days of whaling, I truly recommend a visit.
A friend mentioned that I might find this museum interesting and I most certainly did , not only do they tell you a lot about killer whales you also get an insight into just how hard times were 150 odd years ago . Very much worth a visit and very reasonably priced entry fee .