Eden Project

Walk down into Eden and travel the world in a day; from the rainforests to the warm Mediterranean. The whole site is open to visitors: Plants, interpretation, art, sculpture, performance art, restaurants and much more.

The Eden Project is a gateway into this fascinating interactive world of plants and people, a living Theatre, exploring our global garden inheritance - revealing plants, as you've never seen them before.

The Eden Project is a truly unique experience, in the heart of Cornwall's Clay Mining country - a place to explore the amazing relationship that exists between the human population and the fascinating world of plants - and the extent that we depend on plants for our very existence.

The world's largest geodesic domes at The Eden Project, contain two distinct biosphere's for you to explore, the Humid Tropical Biome featuring a jungle environment and the Warm Temperate Biome, featuring plant species from the Mediterranean, South Africa and California. Whilst outside there is a series of landscaped gardens where you can enjoy a diverse collection of plants from the Wild Cornwall section to the terraced tea slopes.

The Eden Project is very extensive, requiring a great deal of walking, often up and down sloping terraces. A train runs a regular service from the Visitor Centre to the entrance to the domes, but once inside the biomes there are a number of slopes to be contended with.

Opening Time:

Open Every day all year except Christmas day

Entry Fee:

Adults £25.00

Concessions £20.00

Children age 5 to 16  £14.00

Children age 0 to 5 free

Family ticket 2 adults and two Children £69.00

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