In Eden, NSW, and looking for something to do? By Amanda Stroud Jan. 3, 2014, 11:05 a.m. Visiting Eden? It's drizzly and not a beach day. Why not head to the Eden Killer Whale Museum? In Eden, NSW, and looking for something to do? Deborah Pither from Flowerdale and her grandson Zac from Melbourne, stayed in Eden last night. They loved the fish and chips. "I always stop here. It's really nice," Deborah said. It's a drizzly day in Eden so visitors are enjoying all the Eden Killer Whale Museum has to offer. The story of Old Tom the killer whale has them lined up with avid interest. Ex-Scotsman and now an Aussie, Ken Taggart just walked into the Eden Killer Whale Museum. He was fascinated by Old Tom's story.Lachlan (left) and Riley Paterson from Melbourne have been in Eden two days. Lachy 'loves Bruce the shark' on display at the Eden Killer Whale Museum.Barry Smith is one of the many volunteers who make any visit to the Eden Killer Whale Museum fascinating and informative. The view from the lighthouse balcony at the Eden Killer Whale Museum is a bit drear this morning. Why do you need a balcony on a lighthouse? To clean the windows of course!Grant Scott holds Emily, and Trisha with daughter Jessica enjoyed their second visit to the Eden Killer Whale Museum this morning. The family from Wodonga are enjoying a break from 40 degree temperatures back home. "We love Eden, its heaps better than Merimbula, not as busy!" Grant said. TweetFacebook of ╳exitVisiting Eden? It's drizzly, not a beach day. Why not head to the Eden Killer Whale Museum?These visitors did...Did we snap your picture this morning?