Hi am visiting Eden by cruise is there public transport from where passengers disembark and Museum or Taxis etc.
The museum is a short walk from the wharf but it is all uphill and a bit steep.
There are usually shuttle buses operating between the wharf and town when the cruise ships are in port so you may find it easier to get on that, get off in town and make your way back to the wharf via the museum - all downhill.
Looking forward to meeting all our visitors from the cruise ships this season.
Town centre and museum are easy walking from the harbour. Don't know about other forms of public transport but there is certainly a local taxi service operating across the district.
The Museum is just up the hill a bit, within walking distance of the harbour so enjoy.
Lots of little cafes at quayside, an attractive place.
Yes, there are shuttle busses and taxis or a healthy short walk up Warrens walk to the town & attractions. Rather steep, but plenty to enjoy as you slowly stride the small 15 minuet accent, through the colourful gardens and surrounding oceans. Eden is cuddled by dancing waves and peaked mountains. Breathtaking views & fresh air!
Yes there is but limited. But Eden is a small town nd can be mostly walked. Do not know about taxi.
Yes there is but its limited and you need to check times.
Excellent museum, allow a couple of hours, easy to get to, short walk or by taxi
There are taxis but only a short distance to walk. Well worth going to see though for a couple of hours.
There is no public transport but a taxi is available. The walk from where you dock to the museum is around 400 metres away although the hill walk is quite steep but well worth the effort.
Eden is a small town. The museum is a short uphill walk from where you will dock.
Don't think there is any public transport, but there are taxis. Museum within easy walking distance from harbour.
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