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Bodelva, St Austell, PL24 2SG.
- Over 10 million visitors since opening in 2001
- The world's largest rainforest in captivity
- Pick from thrilling activities including zipwire and a free fall jump
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- Ticket and hotel breaks from £75pp
- Discover a host of tropical plants and beautiful waterfalls in the Rainforest Biome
- Go above the treetops on the rainforest look out
- Enjoy some alfresco-style dining at the café
About Eden Project
Since it opened in 2001 The Eden Project has seen over 10 million visitors pass through its doors. Set just 3 miles from the beautiful town of St Austell the Cornwall attraction is truly unique being home to the world's largest rainforest in captivity. With a great choice of hotels near the Eden Project to choose from it is the ideal break away.
What Makes it Super
Not only is there a plethora of beautiful plants and greenery to explore but the Eden Project also plays host to a number of events, exhibitions and story-telling which adds an extra special touch to your visit. Adventurous types can have a go on England’s longest and fastest zipwire, take the plunge from a 12m platform or take on the giant swing which swings at 65ft over a cliff edge. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break exploring the biomes or an adventurous activity break, or a mixture of both, Eden Project has something for everyone.
Eden Project Reviews
Stay Date: 09/2017, Emma C wrote this review.
First of all I want to say I'm not a gardener but we did have a lovely day ! If I'd paid the full entrance fee I would have thought it very expensive but I used £16 of Tesco Clubcard vouchers for 2 adults and we spend about 5 hours there , mainly as … See more
First of all I want to say I'm not a gardener but we did have a lovely day ! If I'd paid the full entrance fee I would have thought it very expensive but I used £16 of Tesco Clubcard vouchers for 2 adults and we spend about 5 hours there , mainly as we had to do the domes individually as we had dogs with us . The gardens are beautiful but I was most interested in the recycling projects etc Collapse
Brilliant day out
Stay Date: 09/2017, Adele T wrote this review.
Beautiful and unique attraction. Spent over 5 hours here, enjoying the whole site. Ample parking, with attendants directing visitors to the parking areas. Very professional and helpful staff throughout. Warm welcome from the staff in the ticket offic… See more
Beautiful and unique attraction. Spent over 5 hours here, enjoying the whole site. Ample parking, with attendants directing visitors to the parking areas. Very professional and helpful staff throughout. Warm welcome from the staff in the ticket office. We got in for free by exchanging Tesco Clubcard reward vouchers. Plenty of places to eat and drink, normal high street prices but everything fairtrade organic or ethical. Rainforest biome was amazing if hot 36°C and 67% humidity. Plenty of rest spaces and water fountains around though. Mediterranean biome pretty and inspiring. Beautiful gardens outside and plenty of picnic space too. A must see attraction. Collapse
Interesting, yes, but not worth the price
Stay Date: 09/2017, 663emilya wrote this review.
Maybe it's because I'm not really a 'garden' person but I did feel a bit cheated after visiting the Eden Project. It's, to me, an extortionate price to get in when you consider just how many visitors they're getting every day and the profit margins o… See more
Maybe it's because I'm not really a 'garden' person but I did feel a bit cheated after visiting the Eden Project. It's, to me, an extortionate price to get in when you consider just how many visitors they're getting every day and the profit margins on food/drink etc. inside the park. We knew how much everything was going to be because we'd done our research but despite baulking at the prices decided to go as everyone mentions it as a 'must-see' attraction. The biomes are fascinating and we spent a good hour and a half or so going through them but were disappointed to find the Core closed with absolutely no mention of this anywhere until you walked right up the door to find a closed sign. We ate at the main place between the two biomes and were expecting something pretty special for nearly £9 each but were quite disappointed. The meat we had seemed to be not great quality, lots of gristle in the meatballs and a large quantity of the meal consisted of mass-produced salad which must have cost pennies to make. Having done the biomes, eaten and wandered around a bit we went up to the gift shop which was very large and had a huge range of products, some of it seemed reasonable, other stuff overpriced, but at least you can choose how much money you spend there. All in all, I honestly went away feeling a little cheated. We spent close to £100 on a few hours of activity for 2 of us and have had way more fun on other days out that have cost us about a tenth of that. Fine, there's nothing like it in the UK but once you've seen it, you've seen it. We won't be back. Collapse
Interesting but too expensive
Stay Date: 09/2017, Godiva2000 wrote this review.
This was our second visit to the Eden project, the first was 9 years ago. The first thing that we found was that the price seemed to be a huge amount higher than we paid before, even taking inflation into account. One tip, if you look for a tourist g… See more
This was our second visit to the Eden project, the first was 9 years ago. The first thing that we found was that the price seemed to be a huge amount higher than we paid before, even taking inflation into account. One tip, if you look for a tourist guide with discount vouchers, they all seem to have 10% off. But also be aware that there is no senior citizen discount. Once in we were struck by the fact that the outdoor plant displays looked distinctly tatty compared with our previous visit, admittedly we were a couple of weeks later in the year, but the difference was marked. I fail to understand why the 'land train' between the reception hall and the biomes needed to be pulled by enormous 4 wheel drive tractors, surely something like a plug-in hybrid vehicle would be more environmentally friendly, Once in the 'Rainforest' biome we noticed that everything had grown a huge amount, which probably makes it more like a genuine rainforest, but it made taking effective photographs quite difficult. The canopy walkway was new but I quite honestly wasn't that impressed with it. I was also disappointed that the Lookout was closed due to excessive heat. The Mediterranean biome was very much as we remembered, except that a new cafe has been built. Out of the biomes we were disappointed that the Core was closed. Included in the price is a one year free return visit, however as we live a 560 mile round drive away, it is highly unlikely that we will use this facility. Overall it was pleasant day out, but a very high price for what there is to do. The various eating places and gift shops were all at the high end of the price range for pretty average products. I believe that one visit here is a 'must-do' but is it really worth the price for return visits (outside the one year free return visits)? I am not sure. Collapse
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Stay Date: 09/2017, shirley b wrote this review.
My husband and I went to Eden Project on 19.09.17 the actual Eden Product was great we really enjoyed it, at about 1.30 approx we went for lunch at the Eden Pasty cafe, I asked for 2 steak pasties and chips, but was told all steak pasties were gone … See more
My husband and I went to Eden Project on 19.09.17 the actual Eden Product was great we really enjoyed it, at about 1.30 approx we went for lunch at the Eden Pasty cafe, I asked for 2 steak pasties and chips, but was told all steak pasties were gone but they would have more in 35 minutes, so we waited, I went back in 30 minutes and was told they've gone , will be another 30 minutes, I went back again only to be told sorry none left, we're now walking around trying to get something to eat, even sandwiches was a no go, there was 2 there, I asked could they be toasted , but was told no, so rather than waste any more time we carried on looking around, we ended up on the way out going into the cafe that's in with the gift shop, we ended up with a coffee each and that was it, there was plenty of people there mostly with packed lunches, and I can see why as the foodstations we're a let down, a day which started out to be amazing, left us very disappointed, I would recommend the Eden Project but I would say, take your own food Collapse
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