Eden Project Ticket & Hotel Deals
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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Eden Project Breaks
- Eden Project ticket and hotel 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 the 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
Worth a visit but ferociously expensive. Dont bother with the £6 guide booklet - get the free map
Stay Date: 05/2019, 382jerryc wrote this review.
Visited last week - previous visit was some 12 years ago. The biomes (basically two very large plastic greenhouses) are very good - lots of everyday plants with good explanation boards. A bit preachy but hey. The building I didnt remember from my pre… See more
Visited last week - previous visit was some 12 years ago. The biomes (basically two very large plastic greenhouses) are very good - lots of everyday plants with good explanation boards. A bit preachy but hey. The building I didnt remember from my previous visit is called the Core. Couldn't quite see the point of it - only thing I learned is I am covered with millions of bacteria. There is a massive stone sculpture in there blowing smoke rings randomly for some reason that I couldn't fathom. There are lots of outdoor beds but they are mostly not in flower at the moment (mid May). The only outdoor beds that were in flower were not accessible because of some new Korean garden being created. Luckily we skipped around the barriers - the beds were good so it's a real shame they're closed. The high level walkway (which I was looking forward to) was closed all day. Fortunately I had a 2-for-the-price-of-one voucher - if I had paid the full entry price of nearly £60 for 2 adults I would have been seriously peed off. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2019, ElizabethH2270 wrote this review.
We went with our seven year old granddaughter for the weekend. It was a great experience especially as we were there at opening time so there we hardly any visitors for the first hour. We needed two days to explore the whole site and to revisit some… See more
We went with our seven year old granddaughter for the weekend. It was a great experience especially as we were there at opening time so there we hardly any visitors for the first hour. We needed two days to explore the whole site and to revisit some exhibits that needed more time. All the staff were very pleasant and helpful. The site was clean and kept tidy there were plenty of places to eat a picnic. We were there for the Costa Rican weekend so there were plenty of activities to participate in, without added cost. Collapse
A must see
Stay Date: 05/2019, emmjay85 wrote this review.
Before I write anything about the place, The Eden project is fairly pricey to enter at full price, but if you are savvy you can find vouchers in local brochures. It’s worth checking into tourist places before you go. I for one find the place incredi… See more
Before I write anything about the place, The Eden project is fairly pricey to enter at full price, but if you are savvy you can find vouchers in local brochures. It’s worth checking into tourist places before you go. I for one find the place incredible. I’ve been a couple of times now with my wife in the past few years and the place is just as beautiful, well organised and inspirational. I’ve learned something new each time I have been and the place both on an intricate and wider level is thought provoking to say the least. Beautiful plants, interesting sculptures and installations and good quality food - the place is a good balance of educational, interesting for all family members and well organised. You can spend a good 6 hours there easily. Collapse
Interesting venue with poor catering
Stay Date: 04/2019, Harry E wrote this review.
My wife and I visited at 11:00 am on Mon Apr 27 using a gift voucher from our son. This was our second visit, the first being when the project first opened. The project is situated in an old clay pit so you park on the rim of the pit and walk down … See more
My wife and I visited at 11:00 am on Mon Apr 27 using a gift voucher from our son. This was our second visit, the first being when the project first opened. The project is situated in an old clay pit so you park on the rim of the pit and walk down to the domes. Fortunately the exhibition domes were not too busy and we were able to walk around without any crush. The plant exhibits are impressive and well worth seeing. We took a break for lunch and bought pasties, chips, beer and wine from the outside kiosk. I was born in Cornwall and was brought up eating pasties. I don't know where Eden source their pasties from, probably the lowest price bidder, because they were truly inedible, containing anaemic looking mince rather than chuck-steak. The chips were cold and rubbery and the drinks warm. We dumped the lot. In summary. the domes are worth a visit but It's not cheap, nearly £30 for an adult. The food and drinks were abysmal, maybe the main cafeteria is better but that's not cheap either. SUMMARY: Go and a quiet day and take you own food and drinks. Collapse
In conclusion it’s an impressive and fascinating attraction but go prepared to get the best value for your money.
Stay Date: 03/2019, DonnaWashington wrote this review.
Spending a full week in Cornwall meant I got to go off, explore and visit so many different places so of course a visit to the Eden Project was a must and it is very well put together. The biomes were way bigger than I had envisaged but there is muc… See more
Spending a full week in Cornwall meant I got to go off, explore and visit so many different places so of course a visit to the Eden Project was a must and it is very well put together. The biomes were way bigger than I had envisaged but there is much more to see than just them. I had bought my ticket online ahead of time which was a smooth transaction. Top tip: Buy the guidebook when you arrive and use it as a guide through your visit if you really want to get the most out of your visit and see everything. It has all the maps and info so I highly recommend it. I first headed down the ZigZag through time and to the Core. I had not really expecting to see art instillations so that was a nice bonus but I did find the building a bit bland and sparse on the inside, especially the upper floors however the Rock Garden is a nice addition and worth a gander. I then took in the Spiral round the Core before heading to the biomes. The biomes are huge and it’s quite straight forward to follow a path through so you get to see it all. I first did the Mediterranean biome but I must start with a slight gripe which is the overwhelming smell of the food and catering wafting throughout is quite off putting. I suggest doing the Mediterranean biome first and then the Rainforest one so you build up. The Rainforest one is the main act in my opinion, a paradise. The Rainforest Walkway is a must to do with its bridges, very impressive. The outdoor areas are amazing, seriously don’t just focus on the biomes. The different gardens and areas are so well thought out and fascinating and no I’m no green figured disciple. On the negative I have 3 points: 1. The Price! £25 for a solo adult, I think this made it the most expensive of the 85 places I visited on this trip to the UK including many in London! Plus its a one visit ticket, you can’t have it stamped to make it last for a year or such like which is now common place at many attractions. 2. If you go in the winter the majority of the outdoor areas are bare so again for that price it feels like you’re being a cheated a little. 3. My philosophy when I visit attractions is that I really try to see all there is to see, as I figure I never know if I will get another opportunity. What I found really irritating was that I got given the A4 “Welcome to the Eden Project” double sided map which I stuck to and explored the various areas however that night I read through the guidebook I had bought and I realized there were various areas I had not seen or knew about as they are not shown on the map I was given! Namely the Invisible worlds, no where is it made clear there are four of them and I only saw one, the one on the map. I felt cheated and even more irritated the I could not return without having to pay another £25 for the privilege of doing so. Not sure how I could have prevented this. In most places it is very clear all the areas you can visit and don’t see this as being my fault. I presume most people do not buy the guidebook and may not even realise. In conclusion it’s an impressive and fascinating attraction but go prepared to get the best value for your money. Collapse
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