COVID-19 IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Eden Killer Whale Museum will reopen on Friday, 5 June 2020 at 9.15am with normal operating hours.
Changes due to preventative COVID-19 measures directed by the government include:
*Credit/debit card payments only
* Visitors must provide their contact details as required by the government
*Guided tours are unavailable
*Visitors showing signs of being unwell may be refused entry. Please stay home if you are feeling unwell as per COVID-19 guidelines
*A maximum of 50 visitors within the Museum, with maximum gallery numbers posted at each doorway
*Social distancing of 1.5m will be enforced within the galleries
*Please follow the queue and viewing markers, as well as the one way route signposted in some galleries
*As collection items cannot be disinfected in a ‘normal’ cleaning setting, for their longevity and the safety of everyone, visitors are to refrain from touching objects on display
*Though our theatrette and interactives are closed for now, video content such as the short version of ‘This Eden’ and other exhibition material will be available from our website from 5 June.
*Extra cleaning schedules have been introduced to protect our visitors, volunteers and staff
Thank you for observing the COVID-19 measures within the Museum which will help to keep us safe if we all follow them together
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Come and explore the most incredible human and killer whale partnership ever witnessed on the planet…
While Eden Killer Whale Museum is closed, click on the link below to take a virtual tour of the Museum as seen several years ago….our galleries continue to evolve! All levels can be seen by clicking on 1, 2, 3 when you are inside the link.